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Mars Strange Surface

Mars Strange Surface - Planets, Sand, Mars, Space, Dust
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What appear to be tiny oases nurturing a variety of trees in a vast pink desert are not, actually. The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured this image in April of 2008 near Mars' North Pole. Experts believe the dark spots are wet patches of Martian sand that grew from melting carbon dioxide ice due to the spring Sun. In close up views of the image sand slides are evident from swirling clouds of dust.

Credit: HiRISE, MRO, LPL (U. Arizona), NASA
RockportSpur Uploaded by RockportSpur on . Mars Strange Surface - Desktop Nexus Space Download free wallpapers and background images: Mars Strange Surface. Desktop Nexus Space background ID 2192582. What appear to be tiny oases nurturing a variety of trees in a vast pink desert are not, actually. The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured this image in April of 2008 near Mars' North Pole. Experts believe the dark spots are wet patches of Martian sand that grew from melting carbon dioxide ice due to the spring Sun. In close up views of the image sand slides are evident from swirling clouds of dust.

Credit: HiRISE, MRO, LPL (U. Arizona), NASA
Rating: 4.2

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emma999
Posted by emma999 on 04/21/17 at 05:11 AM
nawh..., it looks like wild grass sticking above the icy sheath of snow... perhaps its not Mars surface?:D:D:D
C.R.McL.
Posted by C.R.McL. on 11/24/16 at 08:27 PM
Strange! If I hadn't read your description of this image I simply would NOT believe this was REALLY Mars. Discoveries like this make space exploration so endlessly fascinating. This Wallpaper is wonderful. I can't stop staring at it in disbelief! It has such depth. Great work. Thanks!
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Uploaded By: RockportSpur
Date Uploaded: November 15, 2016
Filename: ars-Strange-Surface.jpg
Original Resolution: 1920x1200
File Size: 328.44KB
Category: Planets

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