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Martian Impact Crater, Satellite Image Fotografisk trykk

Martian Impact Crater, Satellite Image Fotografisk trykk

Mars  Photographs taken by the HiRise Martian orbiter  Dark streaks on a Martian crater

Mars Photographs taken by the HiRise Martian orbiter Dark streaks on a Martian crater

Mars Crater

Mars Crater

Gullies and Seasonal Frost in a Crater This scene shows the curving, Eastern interior walls of a 12 kilometer-diameter (approximately 7.4 mile-diameter) impact crater in the Southern mid-latitudes of Mars.

Gullies and Seasonal Frost in a Crater This scene shows the curving, Eastern interior walls of a 12 kilometer-diameter (approximately 7.4 mile-diameter) impact crater in the Southern mid-latitudes of Mars.

Pedestal Crater Margin This image shows part of the margin of a pedestal crater. A pedestal crater is a crater with its ejecta standing above the surrounding terrain. These form when an impact crater ejects material which forms a resistant layer. This resistant blanket coats material around the crater, which is thus eroded more slowly than the rest of the region. The result is that both the crater and its ejecta blanket stand above the surroundings.

Pedestal Crater Margin This image shows part of the margin of a pedestal crater. A pedestal crater is a crater with its ejecta standing above the surrounding terrain. These form when an impact crater ejects material which forms a resistant layer. This resistant blanket coats material around the crater, which is thus eroded more slowly than the rest of the region. The result is that both the crater and its ejecta blanket stand above the surroundings.

Colorful MARS Crater Minerals This image covers a well-preserved (relatively young) impact crater about 5 kilometers (3 miles) wide. The enhanced-color sample shows that the north-facing slope (on the south side of the crater) has a blue-green color but the south-facing slope has a yellowish color. The blue-green (infrared-shifted) colors indicate minerals like olivine and pyroxene Image: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona [high-resolution]

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Colorful MARS Crater Minerals This image covers a well-preserved (relatively young) impact crater about 5 kilometers (3 miles) wide. The enhanced-color sample shows that the north-facing slope (on the south side of the crater) has a blue-green color but the south-facing slope has a yellowish color. The blue-green (infrared-shifted) colors indicate minerals like olivine and pyroxene Image: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona [high-resolution]

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Gully Monitoring on Crater Slopes in Terra Sirenum These crater gullies lie on the northern wall of an unnamed 9-kilometer diameter southern hemisphere crater in Terra Sirenum. The image was acquired during early winter in the southern hemisphere, so the crater wall is in shadow.

Gully Monitoring on Crater Slopes in Terra Sirenum These crater gullies lie on the northern wall of an unnamed 9-kilometer diameter southern hemisphere crater in Terra Sirenum. The image was acquired during early winter in the southern hemisphere, so the crater wall is in shadow.

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