Galaxias Chaos as seen by CTX. The scene in the next image is a part of this picture.
Galaxias Chaos is an area of broken landscape in the Cebrenia quadrangle of Mars, located at 34.1° N and 213.6° W. It is 234.0 km across and was named after an albedo feature name. Galaxias Chaos may be caused by sublimation of an ice-rich deposit.
- Chaos terrain
- Climate of Mars
- Geology of Mars
- List of areas of chaos terrain on Mars
- Martian chaos terrain
- Outflow channels
- Water on Mars
- http://planetary names.wr.usgs.gov
- Pedersen, G., J. Head. 2010. Chaos formation by sublimation of volatile-rich substrate: Evidence from Galaxias Chaos, Mars. Icarus: 211, 316–329.
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