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#1 2018-07-04 22:53:52

From: Malibu CA
Registered: 2018-05-02
Posts: 68

Hebes Chasma atmospheric density

I'm curious to know if there is any data for the density and composition readings at the base (4/5km from the rim) of this chasma as this "hole in the ground"  is a 'trapped canyon' or Trough, without an inlet or escape route....relative to the surface density?
There appears from the ESA images, the base has a deep dark green hue and could be biological.
Is this Chasma a perfect Aquarium for life in a 5 mile deep atmospheric fish bowel?

And what a place to land on that perfect Mesa!

Last edited by M-Albion-3D (2018-07-17 10:39:16)


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