Tartarus Colles are a group of hills in the Diacria quadrangle of Mars. They run from 8° to 33° north latitude and 170° to 200° west longitude. They were named after a classic albedo feature. The name was officially approved by the IAU in 1985.
Tartarus Colles channel, as seen by HiRISE. Scale bar is 500 meters. Click on image to see bridge across channel.
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