Original photo credits: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona HiRISE

Please use caution when viewing these processed images. They are compiled from shots that are not true side by side images but are take at separate times. So, anomolies may exist between the images and they can cause eye/brain discomfort,, but those anomolies can also show changes by alternating between the viewing eye used. Stereoscopic methodology has been used for many aerial mapping purposes for decades, but there two cameras were mounted side by side preventing the anomolies of time-spaced shots.

Please use caution! Also, some features may be 'very' exaggerated.

We should not be surprised by new features such as impacts,
but the mechanism may be more involved than just an impact.
A new crater, enlarged
An Electrical interaction may not give an approaching body the chance to impact as a whole body.

Here we have Zunil Crater's Floor,,, Look at all those tiny craters,,, not impacts no way!^9,,,
That is a case-closed signiture of electrical processes
There is more however,, notice the scalloped features in the rim of the small crater at picture's right middle. Those are miniature versions of what is above at Zunil's crater rim, many feet above this floor feature.
And if that is not enough evidence, it just got better,, When you see an upcoming video called lightning scarred Mars part 2
you will hear about cylindrical current sheets dividing into secondary cylinders which carve the scallops, and apparently more.
The left image below shows what may be their signiture,, a ring of craters around the remnant of the floor they just carved.
And there is more to add. There are miltiples of these rings, in a circular arrangement. Follow this link!
The ring of craters surrounds the elevated remains of the floor,, and to top that off, its got a central crater-like accumulation which may be associated to the center of the plasma focus or Tuft activity. (case closed tightly now)
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HiRISE image details

The image below shows a near match to Zunil's ring of craters, But these are in the crater caldera of a mound in the Cydonia region. The image-pair at right is pulled back quite a distance. Compare the two sets of crater-rings within the cydonia mound. In the lower ring is an example of the next stage in machining,, the removal of the central structure by the EDM arc.

'Ravines' of a spidery terrain
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link to HiRISE original anaglyph image

Gullies on Pole-facing slope of Crater
Note the dark spots in these image. Photos take over a month apart

the middle of February 2009 and end of march.
Tongue-shaped features within alcoves on south mid-latitude crater wall
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Link to original image and Location information

A ridge draws attention to an amazing area northwest of Oudemans Crater

To 3D image for above pair The rest of the region presents clear support for electric discharge formation in distant times. scan with google box at bottom of page. Look for the combination of features in the long shot and to the 11:00 position of the strip's location.
The combination of barely visible crater features and steep cut, rounded walls is sure a bit strange. The many levels of circular forms presents a considerable challenge to convential geologic processes.

Two different craters having nearly identical crater rim appearance, How can that happen?
Crater wall and depressions in well-preserved crater northwest of Tartarus Montes
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Second Rim Shot , see full strip too
Zoomed shot of right side of peak pit crater in Utopia Planitia

(Look Dave, Hail Analogue) click for right side of image pair
Full strip Coming soon, Right side here

Fresh or well-preserved chain of craters in Hesperia Planum
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Partial strip of Crater chain on mars
  Full strip of crater chain

Interaction of cratered cone and crater ejecta

Zoomed images left portion   right portion   zoomed strip   Region of strip

Knobs and thermokarst

zoomed image of Emission of dark material in Cerberus Fossae ???

Not Shown Cones and mounds in Olympus Mons aureole

Electric Spark Scars' home