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NASA Mars rover finds key evidence for lake at landing site

Mars. "Olympus Mons" Looming larger than any volcanic mountain in the Solar System, "Olympus Mons" is taller than three Mount Everests.

Olympus Mons, an extinct shield volcano on Mars. At three times the height of Mount Everest, it is the tallest mountain in our solar system.

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Long ago, in the largest canyon system in our solar system, vibrations from "marsquakes" shook soft sediments that had accumulated in Martian lakes.

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Kerosine Creek in Infrared by Paul Mercer. (Kerosine Creek hotwater stream, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand)

MRO image of the side of a crater on Mars | by sjrankin

MRO image of the side of a crater on Mars. (Side of a Crater Wallpaper por…

MARS | Valles Marineris: The Grand Canyon of Mars ~ The largest canyon in the Solar System, extends over 3,000 kilometers long

Mars' Valles Marineris: largest canyon in Solar System; over km long, 600 km wide, 8 km deep. The Grand Canyon in AZ is 800 km long, 30 km wide, km deep.

Another fantastic Olympus shot

At three times the height of Mt. Everest, Olympus Mons on Mars is the largest volcano in the solar system.

These thick, dune-like features on Mars are called transverse aeolian ridges, or TARs; the features stand up to 6 meters tall and are spaced a few tens of meters apart. They are typically oriented transverse to modern day wind directions, and often found in channels and crater interiors. Here they've formed in an area called called Iapygia, which is south of Syrtis Major. This image was captured from orbit by HiRISE.

These thick, dune-like features on Mars are called transverse aeolian ridges.

#MARTIANSTORMS - Seen in 1977 by the Viking 2 Orbiter “Like its predecessor, the Viking 2 mission consisted of a lander and an orbiter designed to take high-resolution images, and study the Martian surface and atmosphere. Both the Viking 1 and 2 landers benefited greatly from their orbiting counterparts, which snapped images that helped mission controllers navigate the landers to safe landing sites.”

astronomicalwonders: “ MARTIAN STORMS - Seen in 1977 by the Viking 2 Orbiter “Like its predecessor, the Viking 2 mission consisted of a lander and an orbiter designed to take high-resolution images, and study the Martian surface and atmosphere.

Complete Mars Curiosity Descent

Complete MSL Curiosity Descent - Full Quality Enhanced + Heat Shield impact 154 million miles away.

Nasa's Curiosity rover has finally reached the target of its mission, with a 'shortcut' ta...

Old and new routes of NASA's Mars Curiosity rover NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover Arrives at Martian Mountain

Martian Crater Rich in Opal- The CRISM imaging spectrometer on board the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter identified the minerals present in this crater south of Baldet Crater. Among them: a form of hydrated silica better known as the gemstone opal. The colors of the landscape don't appear as they would to the human eye, because instead of the usual red, green, and blue components of photographs, this image comes from infrared, red, and blue/green sensors. NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

Martian Crater Rich in Opal - The CRISM imaging spectrometer on board the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter identified the minerals present in this crater south of Baldet Crater. Among them is a form of hydrated silica, better known as the gemstone opal.

The Syrtis Major Volcanic Province. Acquired by the High Resolution Stereo Camera on ESA’s Mars Express Satellite, this image depicts a detailed region of the Martian Nili Fossae Graben system. This system is an area of great interest to geologists due to the variety of its landscape. The graben system contains numerous troughs, plateaus, impact craters and depressions.

The Syrtis Major Volcanic Province - The Martian Surface Acquired by the High Resolution Stereo Camera on ESA’s Mars Express Satellite, this image depicts a detailed region of the Martian Nili Fossae Graben system. This system is an area of great.

Focusing Curiosity Rover's 100-Millimeter Mastcam (Annotated) The color has been adjusted to appear as the scene would on Earth.  Credit: ASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

This image, released today, is a high-resolution shot of the Curiosity rover’s ultimate goal: the stratified flanks of Gale Crater’s high central peak, Mount Sharp. The image was taken with Curiosity’s telephoto Mastcam as a calibration test.

Sept 7th 2013 image of Curiosity rover shows a view of Gale Crater near the Mars Equator Experiments by Curiosity found no trace of methane gas in the Martian atmosphere

NASA Mars rover finds no sign of methane, telltale sign of life

This Sept. 2013 image taken by NASA's Curiosity rover shows a view of Gale Crater near the Mars equator. Experiments by Curiosity found water in the soil.

NASA discovers evidence of “liquid briny water” Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter

NASA discovers evidence of “liquid briny water” Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter

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