The ExoMars Trace Gas Officer, European Space Agency (ESA), which was launched in 2016, has just sent some impressive Martian surface images.
The orbital is equipped to capture an image of the Martian surface in glorious 3D. 19659003]
The picture above may look like a shaggy structure, but in fact it is a false color image of the traces of hundreds or even thousands of dusty devils – small tornadoes of Mars – in the Terra Sabaias on Mars
The image below depicts the Columbus crater on the south Mars Hemisphere, which NASA has found that sulfate particles contain hydrated minerals.
Peekaboo, NASA's InSight InSight Lander reflects on the surface of Mars earlier this month. This is the first time that the European orbit was photographed by InSight ̵
1; though its own orbiter Mars Reconnaissance Oracle was able to see InSight from orbit in December.
Martian devoured saws
The stereoscopic image shows more dust bands, blue, on the edge of a massive crater. Throw in a pair of basic 3D glasses to appreciate the full effect.
The following images depict the edge of the Burroughs crater about 120 miles northwest of the northern polar cap of Mars. Some of the northern barrows are considered to be completely composed of "almost pure water ice".
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