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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter

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March 4 · Issue #1211 · View online
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For those who asked us to show more imagery of Mars, you’re in luck! Check out this gallery of captures by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which has been taking photos of the Red Planet since 2006. The orbiter’s mission is search for signs of water, either past or present, to determine how it and other geological forces have shaped the planet’s surface. These images show the diverse landscapes of Mars, including dunes, rock faults, impact craters, valleys, and even carbon dioxide ice.

Source imagery: NASA
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