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Exploring Martian Impact Craters: Why They are Important for the S...

By: Schwenzer, S. P. ; Vaniman, D. T. ; Wiens, R. C. ; Wittmann, A; Abramov, O. ; Allen, C. C. ; Clifford, S. ; Filiberto, J. ; Kring, D. A. ; Lasue, J. ; McGovern, P. J. ; Newsom, H. E. ; Treiman, A. H.

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: NASA Publication Collection; Astrophysics and Technical Documents; Fluvial features and evidence for aqueous alteration indicate that Mars was wet, at least partially and/or periodically, in the Noachian. Al

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