Pavonis Mons

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Image Credit: NASA/JPL/ASU

About this image

This VIS image shows part of the southwestern flank of Pavonis Mons. Pavonis Mons is the central volcano of the three large Tharsis volcanoes. All three volcanoes form a line located along a tectonic bulge caused by extensional forces in the region. Pavonis Mons is the smallest of the three with a summit of only 14km (46,000 ft). The linear features in the image are concentric faults. Pavonis means peacock in Latin, making the name peacock mountain.

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Image ID: 
V78194003 (View data in Mars Image Explorer)
2019-07-31 19:21
Mon, 2019-09-09
1024 pixels (18 km)
3648 pixels (63 km)
0.017297 km/pixel
0.0176367 km/pixel


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