Secrets of Schrteri
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Secrets of Schröteri

December 5, 2012
Vallis Schröteri is a magnificent sinuous rille and of particular interest its inner rille, which diverges from the primary rille near the arrow. This nested form indicates that multiple eruptive events occurred or there was a large change in the volume of a single eruption over time. LROC WAC mosaic, 100 m/pixel [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University]. LROC NAC close-up of a bend in the inner rille of Vallis Schröteri; the rille walls are visible in the upper left and lower right corners of this image. The arrow in the LROC WAC mosaic above denotes the location of this image; image width is 600 m [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].

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