Sulcus (geology)

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Medusae Sulci based on day THEMIS day-time image on Mars

Sulcus (plural : sulci) is, in astrogeology, a long parallel groove on a planet or a moon.

For example, Uruk Sulcus is a bright region of grooved terrain adjacent to Galileo Regio on Jupiter's moon Ganymede.

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