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Aeolis

(ē`əlĭs) or

Aeolia

(ēō`lēə), ancient region of the west coast of Asia Minor (in present-day Turkey). Aeolis was not a geographic term but a collective term for the cities founded there by the Aeolians, a branch of the Hellenic peoples. The 12 southern cities were grouped in the Aeolian League; these were Temnos, Smyrna, Pitane, Neonteichos, Aegirusa, Notium, Cilla or Killa, Cyme, Gryneum, Larissa, Myrina, and Aegae.

Aeolis

, Aeolia
the ancient name for the coastal region of NW Asia Minor, including the island of Lesbos, settled by the Aeolian Greeks (about 1000 bc)
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The meandering route is engineers' attempt to navigate a safe path around sharp rocks and dangerous dunes (see page 20) to the base of Aeolis Mons, which begins around Murray Buttes.
Just as the Grand Canyon in Arizona exposes ancient strata at the base of its walls and younger ones higher up, it's thought that the lowest layers within Aeolis Mons were laid down about 3.
The craft's initial panoramas showed Aeolis Mons looming nearby and a foreground landscape that bristled with geologic promise.
terminator: Aeolis (sw), Aeria, Alba, Amazonis-Memnonia, Arcadia (sw), Candor-Ophir, Cebrenia, Chryse-Xanthe, Eden, Elysium (especially Elysium Mons), Hellas (vw), Isidis Regio Libya, Neith Regio, Nix Olympica (weakening in late April), Tempe (sw), Tharsis Montes, Tharsis and Zephyria (sw).
The layered mound, also called Aeolis Mons, in the center of Gale Crater rises more than 3 miles (5 kilometers) above the crater floor location of Curiosity.
3 by 12 mi), in the Aeolis Palus region of Gale Crater.
Over the course of 208 Sols (Martian days), the rover has traveled nearly 500 meters (almost a third of a mile) across the pebbly terrain of Gale Crater toward its ultimate goal: Aeolis Mons, the crater's 18,000-foot-high central peak.
As Curiosity continue its cutting-edge laboratory work on the surface of Mars, inside Gale Crater on a plain called Aeolis Palus, mission scientists are itching to announce a "historic" find, Discovery News reported.
Recent raw photographs beamed back from Aeolis Palus, the plain at the base of Gale Crater that leads to the 3-mile (5-kilometer) high mountain Aeolis Mons (unofficially called Mt.