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Aeolis Mons


Aeolis Mons as viewed by the Curiosity Rover after landing on Mars (August 6, 2012).


Named in May, 2012 by the International Astronomical Union as a major mountain in the Aeolis quadrangle on the planet Mars Aeolis (Aeolis quadrangle).

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Aeolis Mons (plural [[Aeolis Mons]])

  1. (planetology) The central mountain peak within Gale Crater on the planet Mars.

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