Discussion in 'Science & Technology' started by micropage7, Aug 7, 2012.
Blobster is right. Those are dust devils, you can see one in action:
New b/w raw images
New Martian ground close-ups
still spamming new stuff!!!
New b/w and coloured images at Kimberley
Curiosity Captures First Ever Asteroid Images from Mars Surface
And Deimos (lower right)
Mars' North Polar ice cap, Olympia Undae. The high latitude of the dunes causes water and CO2 frost to cover them in the winter
It's getting better
And view from above
And finally Phobos aligned with Jupiter
and night shots
Curiosity drilled Kimberley and left lolz
They're made for each other, curiosity should be back for more...drilling later
Wheels' inner part
Possibly habitable environs. Braided fluvial channels (inset) emerge from the edge of glacial deposits roughly 210 million years old on the Martian volcano Arsia Mons, nearly twice as high as Mount Everest. (Colors indicate elevation.)
There's no going back ...
New big images:
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