Rabe Crater context
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Rabe Crater context

May 20, 2014
Map showing the 108 km-wide Rabe crater and its surroundings. It is located about 320 km to the west of the large Hellas impact basin, about halfway between the planet’s equator and south pole, at 35°E/44°S. Rabe crater was imaged by Mars Express in two parts, on 7 December 2005 (orbit 2441) and 9 January 2014 (orbit 12736), as outlined on the map. Copyright NASA MGS MOLA Science Team

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