Martian lake sediments, satellite image

Martian lake sediments, satellite image

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Caption: Martian lake sediments. Satellite image of fractured materials on the floor of an impact crater in Arabia Terra on the surface of Mars, showing a channel entering the crater and exiting it. This channel, along with an unusual deposit on the lowest part of the floor, suggests that there was once an ancient lake that deposited sediments here.

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