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Suomalaisprofessori Nasan Mars-löydöstä: ”Vedessä voi olla hyvin alkeellista mikrobielämää” - Tiede - Ilta-Sanomat

Portions of the Martian surface are pictured from NASA& Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter: Portions of the Martian surface showing many channels from 1 meter to 10 meters wide on a scarp in the Hellas impact basin.

Battered Martian Craters August 6, 2013 This Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) image shows a chain of clustered and battered craters. These formed by secondary impact. That is, somewhere to the south (beyond the bottom of this image)

Battered Martian Craters August 2013 This Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) image shows a chain of clustered and battered craters. These formed by secondary impact. That is, somewhere to the south (beyond the bottom of this image)

Another fantastic Olympus shot

At three times the height of Mt. Everest, Olympus Mons on Mars is the largest volcano in the solar system.

An artist concept of NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN (MAVEN) mission. Launched in November 2013, the mission will explore the Red Planet’s upper atmosphere, ionosphere and interactions with the sun and solar wind.

MAVEN Enters Martian Orbit

India created history on September becoming the first country to successfully get a spacecraft into the Martian orbit on its maiden attempt. Here are 10 things you should know about the Mars Orbiter Mission or Mangalyaan.

Mars Maze August 8, 2013 This Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) image shows a plain southeast of Hebrus Valles that is cut by a network of intersecting troughs. Large, windblown—and perhaps wind-eroded—ripples occur on the trough floors. MGS MOC Release No. MOC2-1446, 28 April 2006  Credits: NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems

maze August This Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Mars Orbiter Camera…

Exposure of Layered Deposits in the Southern Polar Cap of Mars. An anaglyph (viewable in 3D using red-blue glasses) made from a pair of images acquired by the HiRISE instrument aboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. The area shown is about three kilometers across.

An anaglyph (viewable in using red-blue glasses) made from a pair of images acquired by the HiRISE instrument aboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. The area shown is about three kilometers across.

Miranda (one of Uranus's 27 moons) - Composite image of the southern hemisphere of Miranda. Portions of the surface exhibit presumably older cratered terrain of relatively uniform albedo (reflectivity), but other presumably younger egg-shaped and chevron-shaped areas exhibit bright and dark bands of unknown origin, complex ridges and scarps (cliffs presumably caused by faulting). via (NASA, JPL, Voyager 2, A. Tayfun Oner)

Miranda (one of Uranus's 27 moons) - Composite image of the southern hemisphere…

Mars Water Could Have Carved These 'Mystery Mounds'

Stunning detail in the fascinating mounds surrounded by smooth dusty terrain of Juventae Chasma on Mars is captured by the European Mars Exp.

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Olympus Mons Volcano on planet Mars. From top to bottom, it is higher than Mt Everest on Earth.

Mars May Be More Earth-like Than Moon-like - SpaceRef

Mars May Be More Earth-like Than Moon-like - SpaceRef

Le pendici del Monte Sharp.Pianeta Marte

Sharp View of Mount SharpThis is an amazing composite image looking toward the higher regions of Mars’ Mount Sharp taken in mid-September by NASA’s Curiosity rover. You may be wondering why the sky.

Waves of clouds at 37.8 degrees latitude dominate this three-dimensional Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of NASA’s Juno spacecraft. JunoCam obtained this enhanced-color picture on May 19, 2017, at 5:50 UTC from an altitude of 5,500 miles (8,900 kilometers).

Waves of clouds at degrees latitude dominate this three-dimensional Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of NASA’s Juno spacecraft. JunoCam obtained this enhanced-color picture on May at UTC from an altitude of miles kilometers).

Valles Marineris on Mars stretches over 4000 km long and 200km wide, with a depth of 10km, and is believed to be the largest canyon in the Solar System. Image credit: ESA

Valles Marineris on Mars stretches over 4000 km long and wide, with a depth of and is believed to be the largest canyon in the Solar System.

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