COMPOSITION OF THE URVARA-YALODE REGION ON CERES
The morphology of this region is dominated by the two impact craters Urvara (45°S and 249°E, diam: 170Km) and Yalode (42°S and 292°E, diam: 260Km). The catenae here present (Gerber, Pongal and Baltay) seem to be associated with the formation these impacts. The northern part is dominated by smooth material while the southern is more cratered.
As noted for the global maps , also in this region the chemical composition of phyllosilicate is uniform while their abundance varies. The element that seems to be of particular interest is a positive anomaly in the presence of NH4 phyllosilicates within Urvara which, together with Dantu, has the highest concentration of ammoniated clays on the surface of Ceres. We discuss here the correlation of the composition with the morphology, topography to understand the origin of this NH4 rich location.
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