Monday , January 17 2022

Rolling stones could be responsible for all Popos grooves


The first in the 1970s was offered by Lionel Wilson and Jim Head, the theory relaxes on the Popos Stickney crater, which, relatively, is massive for 9 km across (5.6 miles). It's only three times Phobos that are broadest. Unfortunately, the effect that caused Stickney would have thrown large amounts of rocks that would have spread across the Phobos face. So far, so incredible – but in the second sight there are some apparently apparent problems with the idea that these could have caused Phobos' s complexity.

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