Southern part of Ulysses Fossae
|Coordinates||10°04′N 123°04′W / 10.06°N 123.07°WCoordinates: 10°04′N 123°04′W / 10.06°N 123.07°W|
The Ulysses Fossae are a group of troughs in the Tharsis quadrangle of Mars at 10.06° north latitude and 123.07° west longitude. They were named after an albedo feature name. The area contains pitted cones called Ulysses Colles which were interpreted to be possible Martian equivalents to terrestrial cinder cones.
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- "Ulysses Colles". Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature. USGS Astrogeology Research Program.
- Brož, P., and E. Hauber (2012), An unique volcanic field in Tharsis, Mars: Pyroclastic cones as evidence for explosive eruptions, Icarus, 218, Issue 1, 88–99, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2011.11.030.
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