Nothing to see here… Well, other than a “± 2 km long depression”, a “significant number of pockmarks” – “< 200 m in diameter and 10 m deep "with an average diameter of 100 m and an average depth of 10 m", and "abundant circular ring-like features" – "< 200 m in diameter and 10 m deep". From when? "The very good state of preservation of both the pockmarks and the ring structures and the fact that they attenuate iceberg scours suggest that they have been formed recently (after deglaciation, i.e., after ~8500 years)." Cue Mark Boslough: "There's no evidence anything significant has hit the planet at any time in human history. Really. Huh? What? Why don't you believe me? "