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Pangboche Crater, as seen by HiRISE. Pangboche Crater is very young and sits near the summit of Olympus Mons. Notice the steep walls.
|Eponym||a village in Nepal|
Pangboche Crater is a young impact crater in the Tharsis quadrangle of Mars near the summit of Olympus Mons. It is 11 km in diameter, and is located at 17.22° N and 133.62° W. It was named after a village in Nepal.
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