Arsia Chasmata

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Arsia Chasmata
Arsia Chasmata based on day THEMIS.png
Arsia Chasmata based on THEMIS day-time image
Coordinates 7°36′S 119°18′W / 7.6°S 119.3°W / -7.6; -119.3Coordinates: 7°36′S 119°18′W / 7.6°S 119.3°W / -7.6; -119.3

Arsia Chasmata is a steep-sided depression in the Phoenicis Lacus quadrangle on Mars, located at 7.6° S and 119.3° W. It is 81 km long and was named after an albedo name.[1]

Arsia Chasmata, as seen by HiRISE. A pit crater chain is visible in the lower right.

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