Terra Sabaea

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Banded bedrock in Terra Sabaea, in the ancient highlands north of the Hellas basin. The image is about a kilometer wide. Colors are enhanced.

Terra Sabaea is a large area on Mars. Its coordinates are 2°N 42°E / 2°N 42°E / 2; 42Coordinates: 2°N 42°E / 2°N 42°E / 2; 42 and it covers 4,700 kilometres (2,900 mi) at its broadest extent. It was named in 1979 after a classic albedo feature on the planet.

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