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Tag Archives: Ascraeus Mons
THEMIS Image of the Day, August 24, 2016. Today’s VIS image shows a very small portion of the extensive lava flows of the Tharsis volcanic complex. These flows are located southeast of Ascraeus Mons. More THEMIS Images of the Day … Continue reading
Olympus Mons is the largest volcano in the solar system which is present on planet Mars. The altitude of Olympus Mons is nearly three times the altitude of the largest peak on Earth, Mt.Everest. Tharsis volcanoes are Arsia Mons, Pavonis … Continue reading
THEMIS Image of the Day, January 6, 2015. The THEMIS VIS camera contains 5 filters. The data from different filters can be combined in multiple ways to create a false color image. These false color images may reveal subtle variations … Continue reading
THEMIS Image of the Day, November 27, 2014. Today’s VIS image is a false color image of part of the northern flank of Ascreaus Mons. The bluish section at the top of the image may indicate an atmospheric haze. More … Continue reading
THEMIS Image of the Day, August 11, 2014. The lava flows in today’s VIS image are part of Ascraeus Mons. More THEMIS Images of the Day by geological topic.
What is this strange-looking feature? HiRISE scientists first noticed it in images from the Context Camera and acquired this picture to investigate more closely. The feature indeed does look like a heart. It is located south of Ascraeus Mons, which … Continue reading
THEMIS Image of the Day, April 4, 2014. The lava flows in this VIS image most likely originated from Ascraeus Mons, one of the large Tharsis volcanos. More THEMIS Images of the Day by geological topic.
THEMIS Image of the Day, February 17, 2014. This VIS image shows the eastern part of the complex caldera at the summit of Ascraeus Mons. More THEMIS Images of the Day by geological topic.
THEMIS Image of the Day, January 30, 2014. Today’s image shows a different portion of the collapse features located on the northern flank of Ascraeus Mons.