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MARS - RELATIVE AGES of areas

Would you consider the relative age of Area A to be more than the relative age of Area B?
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The answer is NO

Explanation:

The many round formations in area B, some of them with special names, such as Newton, Copernicus, etc, are in fact craters. There is a list of named Mars craters in Wikipedia, at link
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_craters_on_Mars. ...

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