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Caloris Basin

(kă-lor -iss) See Mercury.

Caloris Basin

[kə′lȯr·əs ′bā·sən]
(astronomy)
A large depression on Mercury, about 1300 kilometers in diameter.
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More curious, the craft spotted more than 36 deposits on crater floors and the rim of Caloris indicating that some volcanic eruptions were highly explosive, powered by the rapid expansion of gases bubbling out of magma like carbon dioxide rushing out of seltzer water.
He reviewed the past work of the Mercury and Venus Section, and showed that the albedo details captured by the spacecraft, in particular the Caloris basin, agreed well with drawings and images by Section members and by Schiaparelli and Antoniadi.
The entire structure lies within another huge crater called the Caloris basin.