Crater Mounds in Ejecta in Deuteronilus Mensae
HiRISE PICTURE OF THE DAY: 2 JUNE 2020
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.



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