Mars Surface Made of Shifting Plates Like Earth, Study Suggests
A view of the central segment of Mars' huge Valles Marineris canyon system, which may hold evidence of active plate tectonics.
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Since: Mar 07
#1 Aug 15, 2012
Nice argument for the Yin.
The next bit is to find the Yan; if there is divergence as a result of plate motion at the Valles Marineris, there should be an equal convergence zone with thrust event hills in scallopes ridges and (due to the remarkable thickness of the crust, a zone of smooth ground around it caused by soil collapse during the megathrust event(s).
Have a nice day: Ag
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