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Three images of the same location taken at different times on Mars show seasonal activity causing sand avalanches and ripple changes on a Martian dune.
Seasonal Changes in Northern Mars Dune Field
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The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter acquired this image of the Opportunity rover on the southwest rim of "Santa Maria" crater on New Year's Eve 2010, or Martian day (sol) 2466 of the rover's work on Mars.
Mars Orbiter Sees Rover Opportunity at Crater Edge (Annotated)
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The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter acquired this image of the Opportunity rover on the southwest rim of "Santa Maria" crater on New Year's Eve 2010, or Martian day (sol) 2466 of the rover's work on Mars.
Mars Orbiter Sees Rover Opportunity at Crater Edge
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This map indicates some of the geological information gained from orbital observations of Endeavour Crater, which has been the long-term destination for NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity since mid-2008.
Geologic Map, West Rim of Endeavour Crater, Mars
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This image of Santa Maria Crater was taken by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Orbital Observations of Crater on Mars Rover's Route
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Opportunity's Path on Mars Through Sol 2436
Opportunity's Path on Mars Through Sol 2436
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Geologic Setting of Opportunity Traverse and Meridiani Planum
Geologic Setting of Opportunity Traverse and Meridiani Planum
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Regions of Mars with Clays and Hydrated Minerals Identified from Orbit
Regions of Mars with Clays and Hydrated Minerals Identified from Orbit
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This proposed future Mars landing site in Acidalia Planitia targets densely occurring mounds thought to be mud volcanoes.
Proposed Future Mars Landing Site: Acidalia Planitia Mud Volcanoes
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This image shows a graben (a trough formed when the ground drops between two parallel faults) and a lava flow in the Tharsis volcanic province of Mars. North is up.
Graben Cutting Lava Flow in Tharsis
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Two dark, rimless pits are located to the northwest of Ascraeus Mons in the Tharsis volcanic region of Mars.
Dark Rimless Pits in the Tharsis Region
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This enhanced image shows the inside of a rimless pit about 310 meters (1,017 feet) in diameter, northwest of the mountain Ascraeus Mons in the northern hemisphere of Mars.
Boulders Inside a Rimless Martian Pit (Stretched)
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This enhanced image shows the inside of a rimless pit about 180 meters (591 feet) in diameter, northwest of the mountain Ascraeus Mons in the northern hemisphere of Mars.
Sand Ripples Inside a Rimless Martian Pit (Stretched)
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The gullies on a Martian sand dune in this trio of images from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter deceptively resemble features on Earth that are carved by streams of water.
Gully Changes on Martian Sand Dune
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This artist's concept of NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter at Mars features one of its instruments -- the Mars Climate Sounder -- in action.
Mars Climate Sounder (Artist's Concept)
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This artist's concept shows NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter mission over the red planet.
Artist's concept of Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
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Wrinkle Ridge, Solis Planum
Wrinkle Ridge, Solis Planum
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The Mars Climate Sounder instrument, shown here prior to its installation onto NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter for the mission's 2006 launch, will get a similar-looking sibling at Mars in 2016.
Climate Sounder Instrument for Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
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The MRO Context Camera, CTX, at Malin Space Science Systems in 2004, before it was delivered and mounted on the spacecraft.
Context Camera for Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
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The Mars Climate Sounder instrument, shown here prior to its installation onto NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter for the mission's 2006 launch, will get a similar-looking sibling at Mars in 2016.
Climate Sounder Instrument for Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
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The Mars Climate Sounder instrument on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter maps the vertical distribution of temperatures, dust, water vapor and ice clouds in the Martian atmosphere as the orbiter flies a near-polar orbit.
Martian Atmosphere Profiles
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At the center of this view of an area of mid-latitude northern Mars, a fresh crater about 6 meters (20 feet) in diameter holds an exposure of bright material, blue in this false-color image.
Exposed Ice in a Fresh Crater
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Terrain in Vastitas Borealis Region.
Terrain in Vastitas Borealis Region
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The High-Resolution Imaging Science Experiment aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter provides this view of Olympus Mons, the tallest known volcano in the solar system.
NASA and Microsoft Provide Mars 3-D Close Encounter
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Opportunity Rover Amid Mars Craters
Opportunity Amid Mars Craters
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