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A false-color image of a "bomb sag" preserved in layered rocks on the lower slopes
of Home Plate. Bomb sags form in volcanic explosions on Earth when rocks ejected
skyward by the explosion fall into soft deposits, deforming them as they land.

Credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell
01/14/09

 



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