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Venus Corona.  It isn’t a multi-ring impact basin, but a result of magma (lava moving underground).  These are common features on Venus, and help us to understand that it was volcanically a very active place.

CQ Science – Post 5: Crater Confusion

Here at CosmoQuest we spend a lot of time looking at craters. It is a job that only people can do – not computers (yet, anyway). Scientists have been trying to write programs that will effectively identify and count craters, but they have met with only limited success. As noted, craters are not always perfectly […]

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