Eden Patera

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Eden Patera is a feature located at 33°36′N 348°54′E / 33.6°N 348.9°E / 33.6; 348.9 on the planet Mars. In October 2013 it hit the headlines when it was announced it maybe a supervolcano rather than an impact crater, according to research from the Planetary Science Institute in Tucson, led by Joseph R. Michalski.[1]

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