NASA a series of Mars photos that are so surreal they look photo-shopped. It is difficult to tell whether the images are actual slopes of mountains or extremely up-close pictures.
HiRISE is the name of the camera that they used to photograph the surface of Mars and its area for a decade.
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On one of the pictures, you can even see remains of the recent crash of Europe’s Schiaparelli Mars lander.
2,540 pictures were released in August, Septemberand October.
“Inca city,” where buried dry ice becomes gas in warmer weather, pushing darker minerals to the surface
Across dry, cracked soil in Nili Patera, these wavy dunes can be found
The dunes from the previous picture in full color
The creation of fans near dunes
More sharp slopes
Near Aonia Terra
A dune field dotted with mineral deposits
Well preserved crater
According to officials, the black spot is where the ESA’s Schiaparelli Mars Lander crashed and the white bits are pieces of the lander
A crater on a large flat region of Mars Arcadia Planitia
A chasm or rift
A potential landing site for the Mars 2020 mission
A Martian slope with a wide range of colors
Hydaspis chaos crater
A region named Caterpillar dune
Landing site in Oxia Palus
Aram chaos, intensely eroded crater
A crater with steep slopes
Smooth dunes in a crater
More dunes on a crater floor
An impact site?
Searching for a Mars polar lander
Russell crater’s dark red dunes
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