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Granicus Vallis Tributary, as seen by HiRISE.
|Naming||the ancient name for river in Turkey|
Granicus Vallis is a valley in the Amenthes quadrangle of Mars, located at 30° north latitude and 229° west longitude. It is 750 km long and is named after the ancient name for river in Turkey. It has been identified as an outflow channel.
- Carr, M.H. (2006), The Surface of Mars. Cambridge Planetary Science Series, Cambridge University Press.
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