The Mars Express orbiter captured this striking view of rugged Martian landscapes extending from a mist-filled Coprates Chasma in the south, to Juventae Chasma and the outflow channels of Maja Valles in the north. Clouds and Chasmata By Bill Dunford
This is a line of sand dunes near the northern ice cap of Mars. The image covers an area about 10 kilometers miles) wide. -April 2006 by the Thermal Emission Imaging System instrument on NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter.
ESA / DLR / FU Berlin / Bill Dunford Clouds Over the North The north polar cap of Mars, with water ice clouds sweeping over the plains of Vastitas Borealis. The ice cap spans roughly 1000 kilometers. Observed by the Mars Express orbiter in May
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