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Tag Archives: Protonilus Mensae
Missions carrying humans to Mars will require on-site resources, and a project led by Planetary Science Institute (PSI) scientists Nathaniel Putzig and Gareth Morgan is mapping the availability of potential shallow water-ice sources across the surface of the Red Planet. … Continue reading
You are staring at one of the unsolved mysteries on Mars. This surface texture of interconnected ridges and troughs, referred to as “brain terrain” is found throughout the mid-latitude regions of Mars. (This image is in Protonilus Mensae.) This bizarrely … Continue reading
THEMIS Image of the Day, February 28, 2019. The hills in this false-color VIS image are part of Protonilus Mensae. These hills, located between the relative highlands of Terra Sabaea and the lowlands of Vastitas Borealis, most likely formed by … Continue reading
Layers and flow features in Protonilus Mensae. Repeat image to look for glacial and periglacial changes. There are also some interesting superposition of glacial, polygon, gully, fan, and crevasse features. Who wants to take a hike? Beautiful Mars series. [More … Continue reading
Multiple curved ridges at the end of a valley in Protonilus Mensae. Beautiful Mars series.
Flow on the side of a mesa in Protonilus Mensae. Beautiful Mars series.
Channelized valley east of Protonilus Mensae. Beautiful Mars series.
Layered features in craters in Protonilus Mensa. Beautiful Mars series.
Flow leaving a mesa valley in Protonilus Mensae. Beautiful Mars series.
THEMIS Image of the Day, July 4, 2014. The hills in this VIS image are part of Protonilus Mensae, located on the northern margin of Terra Sabaea. More THEMIS Images of the Day by geological topic.