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Creating chaos: Craters and collapse on Mars

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Creating chaos: Craters and collapse on MarsParis (ESA) Nov 22, 2020

Elevation can be deceiving in satellite imagery of Mars, even when differences are extreme - as demonstrated by this image of Pyrrhae Regio from ESA's Mars Express. A chunk of terrain has collapsed and dropped more than four kilometres below its surroundings, illustrating the incredible contrast and dynamism seen across the martian surface. This slice of Mars, seen here as imaged by Mars E
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