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 Monday, 10 January 2005
Monday, 10 January 2005 09:50:54 (Central Standard Time, UTC-06:00) ( )

OK, so this tidbit is just too cool! Maybe not exactly a flying saucer, but a mountain ridge 12 miles high around an entire moon!!! Geez!!

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Monday, 10 January 2005 10:18:17 (Central Standard Time, UTC-06:00)
Thats no moon... ;-)

Seriously though the bottom picture looks a little Lucasian!
Tim Ensor
Monday, 10 January 2005 10:44:34 (Central Standard Time, UTC-06:00)
"That's no moon... its a space station..."
Monday, 10 January 2005 15:57:14 (Central Standard Time, UTC-06:00)
Interesting comparison to Olympus Mons on Mars. I read recently some people theorize Olympus is so big, it has tipped Mars over. Since this ridge is about as high, and runs such a distance - and is on the equator - if Olympus was enough to tip a planet five times larger over, it's no surprise that such a massive object might do the same for a smaller body like this.

But it does make me wonder how it developed. It's so long and straight, it seems very unusual.
The Evil Cub
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