In planetary geology, a scopulus (pl. scopuli, from Greek σκόπελος `peak`) is a lobate or irregular escarpment. In the early 1970s, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) adopted scopulus as one of a number of official descriptor terms for topographic features on Mars and other planets and satellites. One justification for using neut.....
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A lobate or irregular scarp.
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