Fig. A.12


a) WAC image showing the Bastet region and its surroundings. The arrow points to the approximate location of Hatmehit behind the horizon. Note the unit’s darker tone with respect to Ma’at and Khepry. (A) and (B) point to alcoves showing evidence for mass wasting. The features are further highlighted in b). Arrows point to locations of the boundaries between adjacent regions b) NAC image showing the Bastet region in higher spatial resolution. The region is characterized by pervasive fracturing that is roughly oriented parallel to the plane of Hatmehit but occasionally displays cross-cutting relationships. Fractures appear to form polygonal patterns as well in some locations (see inbox).

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