Take On Mars: Lyot Crater
As the deepest point in the northern Martian hemisphere and at 236 km in diameter, Lyot crater stands out in contrast to the generally smooth flat plains of Vastitas Borealis. The definitive dark dunes in the crater's central regions provide a window into past and present aeolian processes that take place on the Martian surface.
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