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Markham Crater and Surroundings

Markham Crater and Surroundings

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Markham Crater and Surroundings
Markham Crater on Venus, as imaged via radar by the Magellan spacecraft. Markham is the round crater with the light-colored outflow at the upper right. Scientists interpret the feature as impact melt or fluidized ejecta created by meteorite impact. The crater is about 75km across.

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Original image data dated on or about May 31, 1992

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