Fig. 10


a) WAC image showing the Anuket region. Note the sharp scarp that separates it from Hathor and the ridge (arrow) that separates it from Serqet. The box shows the approximate location of d). b) A crop of NAC image showing the Anuket region in more detail. The region shows a distinctive morphology resembling melted-wax texture. Overall, the region is rough but smoothen out a little as it approaches Ma’at (toward the right of the image). A notable feature in Anuket is a ~500 m-long fracture that runs across the region (feature B). A particular knob (A) is marked to correlate it with another viewing angle in d). c) NAC image showing another view of Anuket at different lighting conditions, which highlights the region’s distinctive texture. Note the absence of lineations that dominate the adjacent Hathor region. Arrows point to parts of the boundary between Anuket and Hapi d) NAC image taken at low orbit (~10 km) showing part of Anuket that is relatively smooth, which can be shown in this image to be caused by partial burial of the region by patches of debris resembling that of Ma’at. This image is a strong indicator that the Anuket surface material may extend below the Ma’at debris.

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