“He said the compounds migrate to the poles, get flash-frozen and collect in craters, where they stay "in the permanent shadows.”
“For the rest of the day we pound CRP plots, playa bottoms, and maize fields still pocked with hail craters from a recent storm.”
“There were craters from the American bombs, but no bunker, or any hint of one.”
“Possible past glacial activity - filled-in craters, from Mars Express”
“And the Mars rover people name craters, rocks, pebbles, and all manner of things all the time.”
“Now if Obama turns into Jimmy Carter and craters, which is just as likely given the built up pork demands of the Democratic Party and its innate pacifism, then she can run as the Avenging Angel and win in 2012.”
“The path towards the craters was the continuation of the one we had followed, and led to the north shore of the island, passing between the craters.”
“The ring-like formations are the so-called craters, most of them far larger than anything similar on the earth.”
“These so-called craters, in many parts, are seen to be closely grouped, especially in the snow-white parts of the moon.”
“On this view, I do not consider these so-called craters of elevation as formed by the ejection of ashes, lava, etc., etc., but by a peculiar kind of elevation acting round and modified by a volcanic orifice.”
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