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Trident, a NASA low cost mission to Triton
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post Feb 26 2021, 03:36 AM
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Hi Phil

Sorry if this is getting a bit OT, but regarding Verona Rupes, would not the angle of repose be rather steep in the weak Mirandian gravity?
Im assuming that water ice at these temperatures would have the mechanical strength of a silicate rock?
Or am I missing something about the calculation of an angle of repose?

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