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Posted by Tripp McCann on March 20, 2001 15:40:25 UTC

Annotated Primary Tube Anomaly


Primary Anomaly:

MO4-00291 Mare Acidalium "Sample of fine channels"

Adjacent Anomalies:

M02-01270 Mare Acidalium "Giant polygons in Acidalia Planitia"

M03-00102 M03-00102 Mare Acidalium "Lighter surface in contact with darker cracked surface in

Disparate Anomaly:

M00-01674 Oxia Palus "Transect of flow-ejecta crater" **NOTE** "Tube" is seen in gully along north crater rim.


Glassy semi-transparent linear feature with a regular convex, cylindrical shape having typical diameters ranging from 140 yards and greater with somewhat regular supporting arch structure. Evident "craters" associated with this linear structure do not have typical impact crater shape and appear to be connected to the linear structure via shallow sup-surface tubes.

Discovered by:

Numerous.  Tube Theory presented by Mars UnEarthed/ Tripp

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