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Hephaestus Fossae is a region on Mars dotted with craters and channel systems. It seems likely that liquid water created these channels, perhaps during large outburst floods. Named after the Greek god of fire, Hephaestus Fossae extends for more than 600 km (373 mi).

CREDIT: ESA/DLR/FU Berlin (G. Neukum).

Source:
http://spaceinimages.esa.int/Images/2009/06/Hephaestus_Fossae_nadir_view2