Tantalus Fossae based on THEMIS day-time image
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Tantalus Fossae is a group of troughs in the Arcadia quadrangle of Mars, located at 50.9° north latitude and 97.5° west longitude. They are about 2,400 km long and was named after an albedo feature at 35N, 110W. Troughs like this one are called fossae on Mars.
Tantalus Fossae, as seen by HiRISE. Click on image to see dust devil tracks.
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