At this stage
the entry point and its antipode virtually converge This
convergence results in an almost entirely parallel and horizontal
crustal magnetic field.
I believe that there is a relationship between
this crustal magnetic pattern and the cloud pattern that is common
to all the outer gas giants. If a hypothetical gas shroud were placed
over Mars It appears that the storm clouds of the red spot of Jupiter
would hang over the point where the entry point and its antipode
meet. It is perhaps a shadow of the original impact, influenced
in some way by the remnant surface magnetic field. I believe there
is a direct relation between Mars as the last stages of a rocky,
inner planet, and the outer gas planets.
The process that begins the transformation
from rock planet to gas giant and starts to develop the gas clouds
around these planets, which serve as rock cores, contributing to
the 300 fold increase in mass and the unearthly chemical make-up
found in the Gas Giants, I believe is related to their passage through
the asteroid belt.