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The north polar cap of Mars and the spiraling network of troughs, hundreds of meters deep, known as the Boreales Scopuli. The full cap is roughly 1000km across. Imaged by ESA's Mars Express orbiter. ESA / G. Neukum (Freie Universitaet, Berlin) / Bill Dunford

The north polar cap of Mars and the spiraling network of troughs, hundreds of meters deep, known as the Boreales Scopuli. The full cap is roughly 1000km across. Imaged by ESA's Mars Express orbiter. ESA / G. Neukum (Freie Universitaet, Berlin) / Bill Dunford

Mars - East Wall of Ritchey Crater, 04 February 2009.

Mars - East Wall of Ritchey Crater, 04 February 2009.

NASA just released 1035 new images of Mars here are some of the best

NASA just released 1035 new images of Mars here are some of the best

A Martian landscape from the Exploration Rover Mission

A Martian landscape from the Exploration Rover Mission

The Mars Exploration Rovers known better as Spirit and Opportunity have been exploring the surface of Mars for over 10 years. Their discoveries are paving the way for science to definitively answer the question: is there now or has there ever been life on Mars? Buy it as a limited edition silkscreen print or as an archival digital print.

The Mars Exploration Rovers known better as Spirit and Opportunity have been exploring the surface of Mars for over 10 years. Their discoveries are paving the way for science to definitively answer the question: is there now or has there ever been life on Mars? Buy it as a limited edition silkscreen print or as an archival digital print.

Picture of salt deposits on Mars

Picture of salt deposits on Mars

Mars 360 degree panorama [click through to view] taken by the Opportunity rover (not by Curiosity)

Mars 360 degree panorama [click through to view] taken by the Opportunity rover (not by Curiosity)

Hellas Basin Mars Acquisition date: 26 December 2009 Local Mars time: 2:42 PM Latitude (centered): -37.455° Longitude (East): 57.636° Range to target site: 286.9 km (179.3 miles) Original image scale range: 57.4 cm/pixel (with 2 x 2 binning) so objects ~172 cm across are resolved Map projected scale: 50 cm/pixel and North is up

Hellas Basin Mars Acquisition date: 26 December 2009 Local Mars time: 2:42 PM Latitude (centered): -37.455° Longitude (East): 57.636° Range to target site: 286.9 km (179.3 miles) Original image scale range: 57.4 cm/pixel (with 2 x 2 binning) so objects ~172 cm across are resolved Map projected scale: 50 cm/pixel and North is up