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Fig. 9


Top left: NAC image showing the Wosret regions. The boxes show the location highlighted in the other panels. Top right: a section of the same NAC image like the top left panel at full resolution highlighting the banded morphology. A number of quasi-parallel lineaments form roughly two bands (white arrows) that run almost parallel to the Wosret/Maftet boundary (yellow arrows). Note the patches of smooth material (S). Bottom: another NAC image taken at a closer distance showing the lower part of the Wosret region close to the boundary with Neith. Two main surface textures can be resolved: a pitted terrain (P), which further extends upwards towards the Maftet boundary, and an apparently more consolidated and fractured terrain (F) displaying long quasi-linear fractures reaching 300 m in length cross-cut by shorter fractures and forming polygonal patterns in some areas. Some pits appear to have been filled by smooth materials (S). The uneven edges of the image are due to to rotation of the image for better viewing.

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