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ScienceDaily: Mercury's 'Spider' Pantheon Fossae Formation Linked To Asteroid Impact

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    michael france (electrickoolade99@yahoo.com) has sent you a link to the following page on ScienceDaily: Mercury s Spider Pantheon Fossae Formation Linked To
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 1, 2008
      michael france (electrickoolade99@...) has sent you a link to the following page on ScienceDaily:

      Mercury's 'Spider' Pantheon Fossae Formation Linked To Asteroid Impact
      http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/09/080923084541.htm

      A new model suggests that the origin of the Pantheon Fossae on the planet Mercury, a radiating web of troughs located in the giant Caloris Basin, is directly linked to an impact crater at the centre of the web. The Caloris Basin is the youngest-known large impact basin on Mercury.

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