Geological terrains and crater frequencies on Ariel

@article{Plescia1987GeologicalTA,
  title={Geological terrains and crater frequencies on Ariel},
  author={Jeffrey B. Plescia},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1987},
  volume={327},
  pages={201-204}
}
The southern hemisphere of Ariel, a satellite of Uranus, can be divided into several terrain types. Data on the size-frequency distribution of craters for those different terrain types indicate that these terrains formed over a relatively short period of time. Much information on Ariel's geological history can be gained from these data. 
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