Tag Archives: mid-latitude mantling

HiRISE: Scarp monitoring

Scarp monitoring. The “blue” in enhanced color could be seasonal frost or perhaps ground ice. We’ll be monitoring this site for one Mars year (two Earth years) to see any changes that helps us figure out what kind of ice this … Continue reading

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HiRISE: Gullies and flow in a small crater north of Newton Crater

Gullies and flow in a small crater north of Newton Crater. The objective of this observation is to examine a small crater with gullies and an advanced degree of flow across the crater floor, as well as over an eroded rim. … Continue reading

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HiRISE: Textures in Deuteronilus Mensae

This enhanced color image shows the surface of a lobate debris apron in the Deuteronilus Mensae region of Mars, on the boundary between the Northern plains and Southern lowlands. These lobe-shaped formations commonly emanate from mesas in this region and … Continue reading

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HiRISE: Old features and new

This image covers a portion of a typical impact crater in Terra Sirenum at about 40 degrees south latitude on Mars. At the top of the image, outside the crater rim, there is a mid-latitude mantle, rough in places where … Continue reading

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