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Fig. 10

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NAC image highlighting the fractured terrains of the Wosret region. Fractures are ubiquitous in the area (all areas marked with an “F”) and appear to dominate the surface texture. For instance, fractures are visible in association with the linear bands (F1), as well plain surfaces, forming polygonal patterns (F2). Both fractures are different from the long linear fractures (F3) visible close to the Neith cliffs. Note that smooth patches of material appear to overly the patterned grounds (S) in addition to coarser-grained material (D) that appears to be a result of collapsing material.

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