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Tag Archives: Tempe Terra
A hotspot for exploration on Mars centers on areas that were once, or are currently, next to a significant source of heat such as volcanoes. Martian volcanoes have not been active for the last couple million years, but beneath the … Continue reading
An impact crater approximately 23 kilometers across is home to fan-shaped deposits that extend from the rim and sit on the interior crater floor. Thick beds with varying tone are exposed along the edge of the fan. Shallow valleys that … Continue reading
The inevitability of erosion. Crater-fill deposits in Tempe Terra. Beautiful Mars series.
Planetary Geomorphology Image of the Month, March 1, 2018: Frances E.G. Butcher (Open University, Milton Keynes, UK). Thousands of putative debris-covered glaciers in Mars’ middle latitudes host water ice in volumes comparable to that of all glaciers and ice caps … Continue reading
THEMIS Image of the Day, June 20, 2017. Do you see what I see? Is that a praying mantis looking at me? (THEMIS Art #129) More THEMIS Images of the Day by geological topic.
THEMIS Image of the Day, April 14, 2017. Today’s false color image shows a section of Tempe Fossae located in Tempe Terra. This is a graben that formed when subsurface forces pulled the ground apart, and a portion of the … Continue reading
Across the slopes in Tempe Terra. Beautiful Mars series.
THEMIS Image of the Day, February 15, 2016. This VIS image is located on the margin of Tempe Terra near Chryse Planitia. Several channels are visible as well as tectonic features. The linear feature below the channel is most likely … Continue reading
THEMIS Image of the Day, December 23, 2015. Today’s VIS image shows part of Tempe Terra. Both channels and graben are visible in this image. More THEMIS Images of the Day by geological topic.
Pits and troughs in Tempe Terra. Beautiful Mars series.