The HiRISE camera, a scientific experiment of high-resolution images, took these incredible photos of the farthest places on Mars.
Curiosity in Mars
The red planet is fascinating: our neighbor is hiding the secrets of the galaxy we want to know. That's why we are determined to go there: The 58 million kilometers that set us apart from him did not hinder NASA's missions such as Viking, Pathfinder and Curiosity.
The newest? The InSight probe came to Mars a few days after it was almost seven years after it hit the fire planet.
Launched since May, InSight touched Mars land on November 26 and was freely deployed to stay on Mars for a while.
Reddish sand dunes in the Russell crater. (Photo: NASA / JPL / University of Arizona)
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Your target? The mission of InSight is to sneak into the intestines of the planet four thousand 500 million years to study the number and frequency of the planet's crust, mantle and core as well as the meteoric effects and tectonic activity.
Come on, let's go. What is important is that you know that NASA is closely involved with Mars and that it knows how to send manned missions, a success that he believes will be achieved in less than 25 years.
As part of our neighbor's ongoing exploration, the most popular spacecraft in the world has released more than two thousand unpublished photographs of Mars by the HiRISE camera on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO).
The banks of the Nepenthes Mensae region, known as the Delta River. Here we can see the incredible patterns. (Photo: NASA / JPL / University of Arizona)
The images are noteworthy: inert, and less beautiful, the moorlands, show us that Mars is not a rock floating in space.
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HiRISE is the most powerful camera to be sent to another planet, and since 10 years, this kind of photography quality is possible, not only for studying and enjoying our land, but also for capturing valuable shots for scientific use. Find the ideal points for landing.
Here are some of the most impressive:
A big cliff on the red planet. (Photo: NASA / JPL / University of Arizona)
A dynas area nicknamed "Kolhar" from the North Pole. (Photo: NASA / JPL / University of Arizona)
The colors of some minerals in Syria give the Planum the golden color in blue. (Photo: NASA / JPL / University of Arizona)
Ceraunius Fossae is a region dominated by volcanic flows and large cracks. (Photo: NASA / JPL / University of Arizona)
Sand dunes can help scientists understand seasonal changes in Mars. (Photo: NASA / JPL / University of Arizona)
The glacial terrain seems oddly iridescent. (Photo: NASA / JPL / University of Arizona)
"Spiders" are dust spills from the surface of the Mars surface. (Photo: NASA / JPL / University of Arizona)
Carbon dioxide passing from solid to gas shapes these strange shapes in the South Pole. (Photo: NASA / JPL / University of Arizona)
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