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Tartarus Colles

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Tartarus Colles

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.[1]


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