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  Mars Odyssey - Nepenthes Mensae

Mars Odyssey - Nepenthes Mensae
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Uploader comment: Between the highlands of Terra Cimmeria and the low plains of Elysium Planitia and Nepenthes Planum lies the rugged region called Nepenthes Mensae. Hills in this region vary in height and the surrounding surface can vary greatly in texture - from dune forms to low ridges to smooth.

   

 
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