Zumba Crater is a very young crater in the Phoenicis Lacus quadrangle of Mars, located at 28.68 South and 133.18 West. It is only 3.3 km in diameter and was named after a town in Ecuador.
Zumba has a depth of about 620 meters, and its rim rises about 200 meters above the surrounding lava-filled plains of Daedalia Planum. Zumba is approximately 25% deeper than the average Martian crater of this size, this fact suggests it is a very fresh crater. Since Zumba is so young, it is a perfect example of a simple crater. On Mars, a simple crater is generally less than 6–9 km in diameter with a conical-bowl shape, little wall collapse, and it lacks a well-developed central feature, like a central peak.
Zumba is of special interest to scientists, because it possesses interesting features that are typically buried or eroded away in other older Martian craters, and even within the freshest terrestrial craters, including Meteor crater in Arizona. These preserved and newly recognized features observed at the scale of HiRISE may reveal new aspects of the impact process.
A pitted deposit giving Zumba the appearance that it has a relatively flat floor despite the pits is especially interesting. These crater-fill deposits are typically composed of lightly to highly damaged rock fragments and impact melts that were made by the high temperatures of the impact event. The pits in the crater-fill deposits have not been observed within lunar or terrestrial craters. They are unique to crater-fill deposits in only the freshest and best-preserved Martian craters.
These pits may result from the interactions of hot crater-fill deposits with water and water-ice that may have been present in the subsurface prior to impact. It is not well understood whether these pits form explosively (similar to terrestrial volcanic pits/craters formed from the interaction of hot lava with wet sediments/deposits), or by collapse from the drainage of impact melts or volatiles. Since the pitted deposits occur only in the freshest and well-preserved craters suggests that they are likely related to the impact process.
Wikizumba.jpg|Zumba Crater, as seen by CTX camera (on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter).
Zumba is a dance fitness program created by Colombian dancer and choreographer Alberto "Beto" Perez during the 1990s. Zumba is a trademark owned by Zumba Fitness, LLC. The Brazilian pop singer Claudia Leitte has become the international ambassador to Zumba Fitness. Zumba involves dance and aerobic movements performed to energetic music. The choreography incorporates hip-hop, soca, samba, salsa, merengue and mambo. Squats and lunges are also included. Zumba Fitness, the owner of the Zumba program, does not charge licensing fees to gyms or fitness centers. Approximately 15 million people take weekly Zumba classes in over 200,000 locations across 180 countries.
Zumba is a fitness program involving dance and aerobic elements.
Zumba may also refer to:
- Ganga Zumba (died 1678), Brazilian leader
- Zumba, stage name of Zaza Korinteli (born 1973), Georgian rock musician
- Zumba (crater), on Mars
- Zumba, Ecuador, capital of Chinchipe Canton
- "Zumba" (song), a 2012 song by Don Omar
"Zumba" is a Latin tropical pop song written by Don Omar and is the second track from the album MTO²: New Generation (2012). The song was released digitally on October 2, 2012. It is the main song for the video game Zumba Fitness Core, which was released in October 2012 for the Kinect and Wii.