The image here is the same as entry #4. Unfortunately I selected a smaller version of the image and to show details I have enlarged the image to 2X, with DPI at 144.
The still has been rotated counter-clock-wise about 35 degrees, to give a vertical orientation of the two sections marked by a white border. The two sections are both active in very similar aspects, yet are two separate features, similarly spaced apart from the transecting fault movement linear feature along the center of the image.
Each of these active areas involve left and right side actions producing some degree of symmetry of activity about a central linear axis. The two sections are not influenced by visible cratering, and are some of the strongest evidence of a common process of spreading or transform faulting and movement which is oriented to the lower right to upper left major fault.
Both of these active sections show a very unusual common process, despite differing activity otherwise distinguishing them. They each have a counterclockwise rotational motion recorded in the dual or axial paired features visible. In each, the items on the left are elevated upward, having been in movement from a common source during separation from a central source. Items on the right are lower in relative position therefore, and the masses of flow material, and stresses recorded in surface margins and minor scarps and flow margins are all showing a circulation in counterclockwise direction about each center/axis.
Even the hills and depressions along the primary diagonal fault between the two marked areas show a similar torqued offset along sections to the left below the fault line, and corresponding offset to the right above the fault line. The surface and at depth was in circular rotation 'in masse' in a same directional pattern for each, with the fault accommodating the difference in stress with a release of position at sections of the fault. Other sections of the fault do not show much offset.
At the upper marked area, even the opening chasm along the top of my white line, shows the left is inside the box, and the right side extends beyond my white line, placing that portion outside my box. While these small details seen not significant as single items, all aspects of these two boxed action zones show all features follow these circulation directional offsets and recorded movements.
The upper box shows apparent paired rifting separation about a center and an axis, and the lower boxed zone shows two flows from a center and an axis. Both axis lines are approximately parallel, and are perpendicular to the main diagonal fault.
Alignment of mountains is clear in the full frame image, tilt is similar for most all sharply angled mountains, and even the 'rolling hills' as active ropy vortex type patterned terrain has a same matching rotational character along low angled slopes as the vertically aligned counterclockwise rotation of the boxed main features.
In these details I may only describe motion locally, and vague similarities to standard Earth tectonics processes of transform faulting, spreading/rifting activity, and ocean basin geology we know as common on Earth, but it is important to count the totals for a final description of the minor planet system of motion and activity as a possible analogue to Earth processes.
This is a link to an MP4 movie released by NASA and co-working research associated groups on July 15, 2015. The image of Pluto clearly shows a section of the active geological linear dichotomy zone with the video close-up indicating the still image of July 14, 2015, used in this topic introduction entries, is located at the bottom central area of the full view of Pluto. This places in near the lowest point of the 'heart' bright shape now named Tombaugh Regio. The image area is near the crossing of two massive linear slightly angled intersecting margins of the bright versus dark dichotomy feature which surrounds most all of Pluto. Details I show in my marked version may be explained by the intersecting of the dichotomy formation, either at the causative events timing, or over time during the subsequent developing differentiation of the b right and dark zones. Curiously the mission investigators stat that these features I am marking are probably no more than a 100 million years old. If these aspects of the bright/dark dichotomy zone are characteristic of the entire length of the main Pluto feature, can it be that all of Pluto is active along the equatorial zone?
This additional NASA image of Pluto which shows the intersecting two angle formation at which the close-up image was taken. As I understand it, the image is located at the lower portion margin just to the right of the precise intersect.
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Here I made a crude estimate of the close-up image section, marked in yellow. This may be easier to view than several stills and a movie. I suggest all links for a better understanding of the causes of activity and the peculiar details I describe.
Are there other aspects of the returns which show patterns or which may give clues to the cause for an active geology on Pluto?
Feel free to be corrective of my information, images, or suggestions.
Original images credited to: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute