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ID Suggestion Title Latitude Longitude Repeat Created Observation ID
198810 Quenched River Network Records Climate Change Abruptness 40.211 306.498 STEREO 2022-01-17
198808 Quenched River Network Records Climate Change Abruptness 40.211 306.498 STEREO 2022-01-17
198800 Alluvial fan apex possible Mars Science Helicopter target -23.362 74.548 STEREO 2022-01-17
198798 Alluvial fan apex possible Mars Science Helicopter target -23.362 74.548 STEREO 2022-01-17
198796 Small fans valleys and lake deposits just beyond Saheki rim -22.362 72.521 STEREO 2022-01-17
198794 Small fans valleys and lake deposits just beyond Saheki rim -22.362 72.521 STEREO 2022-01-17
198792 Unusual bedrock outcrop in Saheki alcove valley possible sinuous ridge -21.639 72.336 STEREO 2022-01-17
198790 Unusual bedrock outcrop in Saheki alcove valley possible sinuous ridge -21.639 72.336 STEREO 2022-01-17
198788 Sample possible landing site hazards for Mars Science Helicopter -22.944 314.393 STEREO 2022-01-17
198786 Sample possible landing site hazards for Mars Science Helicopter -22.944 314.393 STEREO 2022-01-17
198784 Possible Mars Science Helicopter exploration zone -23.763 314.187 STEREO 2022-01-17
198782 Possible Mars Science Helicopter exploration zone -23.763 314.187 STEREO 2022-01-17
198780 Possible Mars Science Helicopter exploration zone -23.754 314.824 STEREO 2022-01-17
198778 Possible Mars Science Helicopter exploration zone -23.754 314.824 STEREO 2022-01-17
198776 Possible Mars Science Helicopter exploration zone -24.023 314.681 STEREO 2022-01-17
198774 Possible Mars Science Helicopter exploration zone -24.023 314.681 STEREO 2022-01-17
198714 Central peak remnant in large impact crater -21.832 320.579 STEREO 2022-01-13
198622 Well-exposed fan in double crater -23.666 314.301 STEREO 2022-01-11
198418 Lobate feature and fan near crater wall 26.840 76.052 STEREO 2022-01-11
198302 Confirm stratigraphic relationships between lake deposits and ejecta -30.502 186.688 STEREO 2022-01-02
196940 Get topographic constraints on candidate mud volcs near proposed paleoshore 20.025 114.265 STEREO 2021-10-09
196938 Get topographic constraints on candidate mud volcs near proposed paleoshore 20.025 114.265 STEREO 2021-10-09
196936 Get topographic constraints on candidate mud volcs near proposed paleoshore 20.090 113.114 STEREO 2021-10-09
196934 Get topographic constraints on candidate mud volcs near proposed paleoshore 20.090 113.114 STEREO 2021-10-09
196932 Candidate mud volcanoes targeted by Zhurong rover 24.747 109.776 STEREO 2021-10-09
196930 Candidate mud volcanoes targeted by Zhurong rover 24.747 109.776 STEREO 2021-10-09
196928 candidate mud volcano near zhurong traverse 24.795 109.951 STEREO 2021-10-09
196926 candidate mud volcano near zhurong traverse 24.795 109.951 STEREO 2021-10-09
196808 Sample landing and traverse hazards at possible Mars helicopter landing sit -27.824 73.548 1 2021-09-28
196704 Terrain sample -20.979 209.213 1 2021-09-21 ESP_072325_1590
196684 Candidate Mars Science Helicopter traverse -15.284 301.501 STEREO 2021-09-13 ESP_072427_1645
196682 Candidate Mars Science Helicopter traverse -15.284 301.501 STEREO 2021-09-13 ESP_072137_1645
196680 Possible Mars Science Helicopter traverse route -15.258 301.595 STEREO 2021-09-13
196678 Possible Mars Science Helicopter traverse route -15.258 301.595 STEREO 2021-09-13
196184 Test candidate relict ice material close to Holden crater -28.159 325.536 1 2021-08-19
195944 Terrain sample 0.072 155.484 STEREO 2021-08-12 ESP_071905_1800
195942 Terrain sample 0.072 155.484 STEREO 2021-08-12 ESP_071694_1800
195810 Layering from figure 6 of Irwin et al JGR 2005 1.753 89.579 1 2021-08-09
195662 Candidate lake deposits fed by alluvial fans -14.525 298.352 STEREO 2021-08-02
195660 Candidate lake deposits fed by alluvial fans -14.525 298.352 STEREO 2021-08-02
195658 Candidate lake deposits fed by alluvial fans -14.526 298.335 STEREO 2021-08-02
195656 Candidate lake deposits fed by alluvial fans -14.526 298.335 STEREO 2021-08-02
195654 Superb exposure of wind-eroded fan deposits - debris flow or fluvial -14.460 298.161 STEREO 2021-08-02
195652 Superb exposure of wind-eroded fan deposits - debris flow or fluvial -14.460 298.161 STEREO 2021-08-02
195632 Candidate Human Exploration Zone South of Valles Marineris -19.653 311.569 STEREO 2021-07-31
195630 Sample rim traverse hazards at possible Mars helicopter landing site -23.499 314.170 STEREO 2021-07-31
195628 Sample rim traverse hazards at possible Mars helicopter landing site -23.499 314.170 STEREO 2021-07-31
195626 Sample rim traverse hazards at possible Mars helicopter landing site -22.320 73.482 STEREO 2021-07-31
195624 Sample rim traverse hazards at possible Mars helicopter landing site -22.320 73.482 STEREO 2021-07-31
195622 Sample landing and traverse hazards at possible Mars helicopter landing sit -27.824 73.548 1 2021-07-31
195494 Test at apex of late-stage fan debris flows or fluvial -13.711 318.586 1 2021-07-25
195492 Slope features -15.292 309.652 STEREO 2021-07-25 ESP_071583_1645
195490 Slope features -15.292 309.652 STEREO 2021-07-25 ESP_071517_1645
195353 Layer exposure in candidate alluvial fan deposits 21.636 272.798 STEREO 2020-05-24 ESP_070226_2020
195222 Test candidate embedded craters from Kite et al 2017 -23.109 74.644 STEREO 2021-07-17
195220 Test candidate embedded craters from Kite et al 2017 -23.109 74.644 STEREO 2021-07-17
194354 Check layer orientations on possible lake deposits abutting central peak -21.798 320.603 STEREO 2021-06-01
194352 Check layer orientations on possible lake deposits abutting central peak -21.798 320.603 STEREO 2021-06-01
194346 Measure orientations of layers in Luba Crater -18.319 323.137 STEREO 2021-06-01 ESP_072545_1615
194344 Measure orientations of layers in Luba Crater -18.319 323.137 STEREO 2021-06-01 ESP_072479_1615
193586 Crater with possible dune strata 6.578 25.326 1 2021-04-30 ESP_069510_1865
190231 Layer exposure in high thermal inertia terrain -7.931 294.208 STEREO 2019-12-14 ESP_067811_1720
189929 Possible relict near-surface ice -22.743 66.742 1 2016-07-06 ESP_067793_1570
189837 Measure interaction between wrinkle ridge and paleodune strata 6.562 25.534 STEREO 2020-01-01 ESP_067768_1865
184567 Floor of Jones Crater -19.119 340.371 1 2020-05-06 ESP_065316_1605
184537 Crater floor deposits 23.933 358.835 1 2020-05-24 ESP_065236_2040
183676 Flat deposits and sinuous ridges downstream of alcoves on outer crater rim 8.221 311.386 1 2020-06-08
183664 Features in Echus Chasma 0.707 279.981 STEREO 2020-06-08 ESP_072665_1805
183662 Features in Echus Chasma 0.707 279.981 STEREO 2020-06-08 ESP_068049_1805
183660 Young outflow in Echus Chasma 0.650 279.888 STEREO 2020-06-08
183658 Young outflow in Echus Chasma 0.650 279.888 STEREO 2020-06-08
183278 Confirm and characterize pollywog exit breach and compare to channel -35.160 280.192 STEREO 2020-05-31
183276 Confirm and characterize pollywog exit breach and compare to channel -35.160 280.192 STEREO 2020-05-31
183274 Floor of Lampland Crater -35.617 280.108 STEREO 2020-05-30
183272 Floor of Lampland Crater -35.617 280.108 STEREO 2020-05-30 ESP_068036_1440
183270 Confirm stratigraphic relationships between lake deposits and ejecta -30.484 186.699 STEREO 2020-05-30 ESP_069491_1490
183268 Flat layered deposits and candidate exit breach in small young crater -30.356 186.842 STEREO 2020-05-30 ESP_065480_1495
183266 Flat layered deposits and candidate exit breach in small young crater -30.356 186.842 STEREO 2020-05-30 ESP_065414_1495
183264 A 1km crater buried by candidate lake sediments near deepest point -32.387 173.860 STEREO 2020-05-30
183262 A 1km crater buried by candidate lake sediments near deepest point -32.387 173.860 STEREO 2020-05-30
183258 Constrain duration of paleolake by confirming synsedimentary impact crater -33.132 163.168 1 2020-05-30
183256 Test delta hypothesis for scarp fronted deposit -33.229 162.898 1 2020-05-30
183254 Set minimum lake depth by testing spillway hypothesis for channel -33.504 163.118 STEREO 2020-05-30
183252 Set minimum lake depth by testing spillway hypothesis for channel -33.504 163.118 STEREO 2020-05-30
183236 Layered materials at deepest point of crater fed by channels -35.941 143.154 1 2020-05-29
183168 Layered material inside impact crater -37.416 100.260 1 2020-05-29 ESP_067937_1425
183166 Quadruple exit breach in small fresh crater -35.824 99.772 STEREO 2020-05-29
183164 Quadruple exit breach in small fresh crater -35.824 99.772 STEREO 2020-05-29 ESP_068267_1440
183162 Crosscutting relationships between gully deposits from different directions -37.823 96.907 1 2020-05-29 ESP_066842_1420
183146 Two notches near lowest elevation point of crater rim -33.199 24.726 STEREO 2020-05-29 ESP_067689_1465
183144 Two notches near lowest elevation point of crater rim -33.199 24.726 STEREO 2020-05-29 ESP_067821_1465
183142 Central deposit and possible exit breach -35.729 25.957 STEREO 2020-05-29 ESP_067557_1440
183140 Central deposit and possible exit breach -35.729 25.957 STEREO 2020-05-29 ESP_066805_1440
183138 Deep exit breach from well-preserved 5-km diameter crater -34.222 25.464 STEREO 2020-05-29
183136 Deep exit breach from well-preserved 5-km diameter crater -34.222 25.464 STEREO 2020-05-29 ESP_066462_1455
183134 Crater rim -34.731 25.737 STEREO 2020-05-29 ESP_066528_1450
183132 Crater rim -34.731 25.737 STEREO 2020-05-29 ESP_066185_1450
183130 Erosional windows into deposit at mouth of branching canyon -31.722 2.512 1 2020-05-29
183048 Crater floor deposits 23.933 358.835 1 2020-05-24 ESP_065790_2040
183046 Outcrop on east side of candidate delta scarp fronted deposit 23.423 358.624 1 2020-05-24 ESP_067030_2035

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