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  Dark Deposits around a Volcanic Fissure Adjacent to Tharsis Tholus
     
Dark Deposits around a Volcanic Fissure Adjacent to Tharsis Tholus
Image credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

Uploader comment: There have been a number of claims in recent years that there are small dark volcanic ash deposits on Mars, suggesting very recent volcanic eruptions. However, most of these claims have not stood up to scrutiny by HiRISE.

   

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