By Y. Ryabov, G. Yankovsky
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5,1 The most common geological process on the solid- several processes: heat from the original accretion surface planets (after impact cratering, Chapter 4) is of the planet or moon; heat produced by the decay volcanism. " Regions of smooth plains be- between adjacent masses (such as lo and Jupiter). tween craters on Mercury are interpreted to be the The outward motion of this heat (to colder regions) is result of eruptions of lava. In 1971, as the clouds part of the natural and expected evolution of a planet.
Impact craters are more-or-less evenly distributed over the surface of Venus Their aggregate size—frequency dist n bution, combined with the estimated meteoroid flux in the planet's vicinity yields 200-600 million years as the approximate average age of the surface. According to one model, about 300 million years ago, the planet passed through a period of geological activity, in the course of which the previous cratering record was completely erased. Since this cataclysmic surface renewal, accomplished mostly by volcanism, the levels of tectonic and especially volcanic activity declined to an effectively quiescent stage.
Typical of an impactmodified landscape is the superposition of younger, generally smaller craters on craters that are older and larger. ater impacts (almost) destroy the work of the earlier ones: the new script dominates, but the old one is often discernible. The process is demonstrated by this optical image of the martian cratered highlands. 7°), the largest crater in the image, and also the other large craters visible here, date very likely to the era of the late heavy bombardment. The smaller craters, superimposed on Denning, were themselves modified by a succession of subsequent impacts.
An Elementary Survey of Celestial Mechanics by Y. Ryabov, G. Yankovsky