Mercury's shifting, rolling past

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Trulove, Susan;
(2008)
  • Publisher: Virginia Tech. University Relations
  • Subject: Research

Patterns of scalloped-edged cliffs or lobate scarps on Mercury's surface are thrust faults that are consistent with the planet shrinking and cooling with time. However, compression occurred in the planet's early history and Mariner 10 images revealed decades ago that lo... View more
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