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Icaria Planum

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Subject: Thaumasia quadrangle, List of plains on Mars, Classical albedo features on Mars, Transit of Venus from Mars, Moons of Mars
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Icaria Planum

Icaria Planum is a region on Mars in the Thaumasia quadrangle of Mars that is 566.59 km across and is located at 43.27 S and 253.96E. It was named after a classic albedo feature that was approved in 1979. The name of the classic feature was based on the land where Icarus lived (Crete).[1]


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