Crater Mounds in Ejecta in Deuteronilus Mensae
Crater Mounds in Ejecta in Deuteronilus Mensae

Our objective for this minimally imaged area is to determine the nature of mounds in craters in the ejecta of a large crater in Deuteronilus Mensae. They may be ring mold craters, and another crater looks like a tiny pedestal crater.

Monitoring Active Gullies
When gullies were first observed, there was a lot of excitement surrounding them because similar features form on Earth through the action of liquid water.

Boundary Condition Controls on the High-Sand-Flux Regions of Mars
It is often unclear where and why sediment is mobile on today’s Mars. A new paper takes a deeper look.

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