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  • curprev 08:43, 22 November 2021Suitupandshowup talk contribs 2,552 bytes +99 →‎Summary
  • curprev 08:42, 22 November 2021Suitupandshowup talk contribs 2,453 bytes +2,453 This image of a southern mid-latitude crater was intended to investigate the lineated material on the crater floor. At the higher resolution of HiRISE, the image reveals a landscape peppered by small impact craters. These craters range from about 30 meters in diameter down to the resolution limit (about 2 meter diameter in this image acquired by averaging 2 by 2 picture elements). Such dense clusters of small craters are frequently formed by secondary craters, caused by the impact of materia...