Nanedi Valles, as seen by THEMIS. Click on image to see more details.
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Nanedi Valles is a large valley in the Lunae Palus quadrangle of Mars, located at 4.9° N and 49.0° W. It is 508.0 km long and was named for the word for "planet" in Sesotho, the national language of Lesotho, Africa.
Nanedi Valles is located between Shalbatana Vallis and upper Maja Valles. It is 4 km wide at its northern end. Its shape is similar to that of Nirgal Vallis, being very sinuous and having only a few short branches.
Unusually for Martian valleys, the individual channel structures within the wider valley floors can occasionally be seen in this system.
- Baker, V. 1982. The Channels of Mars. University of Texas Press. Austin
- Malin, M.C., and Carr, M.H. (1999), Groundwater formation of martian valleys, Nature, 397, 589-592
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