Phase 1 insights:
The Jezero Crater is likely a collapsed
dome of an ultramafic magma that solidified long time ago. The current
state of the surface of the crater was caused by violent tectonic
movements. The destructive activity can be recognized by the outcropping
A former lake or any activities
of water have not yet been proven. The delta is interpreted as
the remnant of the moraine from a dry ice glacier. The original
extent of the moraine has not yet been clarified. An wide extension
in the crater would mean that the tectonic movements in the bedrock
are of more recent. The boulders left behind by the already eroded
moraine have mixed with the broken bedrock.
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Petrologically results of groundmass and texture in the
consistently igneous ultramafic rocks
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Is the delta a remnant of an eroded glacier moraine ?
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Rover "Perseverance" on the way to interesting tectonic
structures in the Jezero crater
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The riddle of the "Paving Stones"
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What are the stratified deposits in the linear elevations ?
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Rover "Perseverance" in the enigmatic landscape "South Seitah"
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Are this cones volcanos inside the Jezero crater ?
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High Calcium Pyroxene (HCP) in the ultramafic bedrocks ?
Page 9 -- So far detected types of igneous ultramafic
rocks in the Jezero crater and its geological context