Lycus Sulci is a feature in the Amazonis quadrangle on Mars, with its location centered at 24.6° north latitude and 141.1° west longitude. It is 1,350 km long and is named after a classical albedo feature name. The term "sulci" is applied to subparallel furrows and ridges.
Lycus Sulci, as seen by THEMIS.
- "Lycus Sulci". Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature. USGS Astrogeology Research Program.
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