|Eponym||Classical albedo feature|
The Nereidum Montes is a mountain range on Mars. It stretches 1,143 km, northeast of Argyre Planitia. It is in the Argyre quadrangle. The mountains are named after a Classical albedo feature. Nereidum Montes has gullies in some areas.
Gullies on a massif in the Nereidum Montes, as seen by Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's CTX.
CTX image showing context for the next image. A group of channels are visible in this image. Image is located in Nereidum Montes.
Close-up of surface in Argyre quadrangle, as seen by HiRISE, under the HiWish program. Image is located in Nereidum Montes.
Gullies in Nereidum Montes, as seen by HiRISE under HiWish program.
Layers exposed in Nereidum Montes, as seen by HiRISE under HiWish program The light-toned layers may contain sulfates which are good for preserving traces of ancient life.
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