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Paraná Valles

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Paraná Valles

Paraná Valles
CTX context image for next image that was taken with HiRISE. Note long ridge going across image is probably an old stream. Box indicates area for HiRISE image.
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Paraná Valles is a valley in the Margaritifer Sinus quadrangle (MC-19) region of Mars, located at approximately 23.1° South and 10.2° West. It is 350 km long and was named after an ancient and modern name for a South American river (Brazil, Argentina).[1] A low area between Paraná Valles and Loire Valles is believed to have once held a lake.[2][3]

References

  1. ^ "Paraná Valles". Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature.  
  2. ^ Goldspiel, J. and S. Squyres. 2000. Groundwater sapping and valley formation on Mars. Icarus. 89: 176-192.
  3. ^ Michael H. Carr (2006). The surface of Mars. Cambridge University Press.  


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