HiPOD: 9 July 2019
Exposed Material Southwest of Crater Ejecta South of Louros Valles

Exposed Material Southwest of an Impact Crater
This terrain is right at the edge of the ejecta blanket of an impact crater to the south of Louros Valles, which itself is on the southern edge of Ius Chasma and was named after a modern river in Greece.

ID: ESP_055230_1695
date: 9 May 2018
altitude: 256 km
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NASA/JPL/University of Arizona
Black & white is less than 5 km across; enhanced color is less than 1 km