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(Big Think)   Mars had its own Chicxulub-like impact some 3.4 billion years ago, and the Viking 1 lander just happened to land where the ensuing megatsunami left boulders, boulders everywhere   ( divider line
    More: Weird, Mars, kilometer-wide crater, impact debris, liquid oceans, aftermath of this topography-creating event, Solar System, larger moon, remarkable story  
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2022-12-02 1:34:52 AM  
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Are they sure it wasn't Paul?

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2022-12-02 9:33:46 AM  
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KRSESQ: In this Map view, the crater in question is the big shallow one, top center. Viking 1 is on the left and Pathfinder on the right:

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