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Martian surface, Mars Express satellite image. Surface of Mars showing evidence of volcanic activity (upper centre & left hand side). There are prominent impact craters in the top right corner and at lower right. This area is south of Valles Marineris (Mariner Valley), a massive crack in the Martian surface near the equator. This image was taken from a height of 275 kilometres (km) on 14 January 2004 by the High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) on board Mars Express. The image measures 50km across and North is at top.
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