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[Boiler Plate]

Volcanic plains covering the northern polar regions of Mercury. About the size of the continental United States. Massive volcanic eruptions are thought to have blanketed the area about 3.7 billion years ago, burying craters under several kilometers of lava.

Northern Volcanic Plains Web PagesEdit

Northern Volcanic Plains In the NewsEdit

Mercury Science Update (Jun 2011)Edit

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