Sulci Gordii

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Sulci Gordii
Sulci Gordii based on THEMIS Day IR.png
Sulci Gordii, as seen by THEMIS.
Coordinates 18°54′N 125°30′W / 18.9°N 125.5°W / 18.9; -125.5Coordinates: 18°54′N 125°30′W / 18.9°N 125.5°W / 18.9; -125.5

Sulci Gordii in the feature in the Tharsis quadrangle of Mars. Sulci is a term used for subparallel furrows and ridges. It is located at 18.9° north latitude and 125.5° west longitude. It is 400 km long and was named after a classical albedo feature name.[1]

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