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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-06-17 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This image of Tharsis Rise from NASA's Mars Odyssey shows a series of linear features called graben, which are associated with crustal extension resulting in up and down blocks of crust that run perpendicular to the direction of the extension.
PIA03810:
Tharsis Rise Graben
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Many places on Mars, such as in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft of a crater superposed on the floor of a larger crater, display scabby, eroded landscapes that commonly are referred to as etched terrain.
PIA03811:
Northern Arabia Etched Terrain
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This image taken by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows a portion of Maunder Crater with a number of interesting features including a series of barchan dunes that are traveling from right to left and gullies.
PIA03812:
Maunder Crater
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-06-17 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This NASA Mars Odyssey image shows the transition zone between maze-like troughs of Noctis Labyrinthus and the main Valles Marineris canyon system. This huge system of troughs near the equator of Mars was most likely created by tectonic forces.
PIA03813:
Noctis Labyrinthus/Valles Marineris transition
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The finely layered deposit in Becquerel crater, seen in the center of this NASA Mars Odyssey image, is slowly being eroded away by the action of windblown sand.
PIA03814:
Becquerel Crater Deposit
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey captures Mangala Fossa. Mangala Fossa is a graben, which in geologic terminology translates into a long parallel to semi-parallel fracture or trough.
PIA03815:
Mangala Fossa
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows signs of layering exposed at the surface in a region of Mars called Terra Meridiani. The brightness levels show daytime surface temperatures.
PIA03817:
Mars Surface Layers in Infrared
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Juventae Chasma is an enormous box canyon which opens to the north and forms the outflow channel Maja Vallis. This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft captures a portion of the western floor of Juventae Chasma and shows a wide variety of landforms.
PIA03818:
Floor of Juventae Chasma
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This image to the east of Tharsis Tholus from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows one of many vast fields of lava flows produced by the great Tharsis volcanoes.
PIA03819:
Lava Flows in Eastern Tharsis
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Hebrus Valles is located in the Elysium Planitia region of the northern lowlands of Mars. This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows three sinuous tributaries of the channel system which carved up the surrounding plains.
PIA03820:
Hebrus Valles
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The movement pathways of molten rock, or lava, is demonstrated in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft of a portion of Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in our solar system.
PIA03821:
Southeastern Scarp of Olympus Mons
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A portion of an ancient channel called the Huo Hsing Vallis is seen in the center of this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey. As with all channel forms on Mars, it was carved by some moving fluid but that fluid can not automatically be assumed to be water.
PIA03822:
Huo Hsing Vallis
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows a location close to Mars' equator, near the southern edge of a low, broad volcanic feature called Syrtis Major.
PIA03823:
Syrtis Major
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The ancient sinuous river channel shown in this image by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft was likely carved by water early in Mars history. Auqakuh Valles cuts through a remarkable series of rock layers that were deposited and then subsequently eroded.
PIA03824:
Auqakuh Valles
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Streamlined islands, like the one shown in this NASA Mars Odyssey image, are one piece of geologic evidence that large quantities of water once flowed across the surface of Mars in the distant past.
PIA03825:
Streamlined Islands in Ares Valles
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The fractured surface shown in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft belongs to a portion of a region called Gorgonum Chaos located in the southern hemisphere of Mars.
PIA03826:
Gullies of Gorgonus Chaos
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One of the many branches of the Mangala Vallis channel system is seen in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft. The water that likely carved the channels emerged from a huge graben or fracture almost 1000 km to the south.
PIA03827:
Northwestern Branch of Mangala Vallis
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This NASA Mars Odyssey image shows a remarkable array of dunes on the floor of a large impact crater named Baldet. Many of the dunes in this region are isolated features with large, sand-free 'interdune' surfaces between the individual dunes.
PIA03828:
Floor of Baldet Crater
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This image taken by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows a classic example of a Martian impact crater with a central peak. Central peaks are common in large, fresh craters on both Mars and the Moon.
PIA03829:
Impact Crater with Peak
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-06-26 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey shows a portion of Aureum Chaos located just south of the Martian equator. This fractured landscape contains canyons and mesas with two large impact craters in the upper left.
PIA03830:
Canyons and Mesas of Aureum Chaos
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-06-26 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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Among the many varied landscapes on Mars the term chaos is applied to those places that have a jumbled, blocky appearance, like in this image from NASA Mars Odyssey spacecraft.
PIA03831:
Ariadnes Colles Chaos
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows part of Galle Crater. It was taken far enough south and late enough into the southern hemisphere fall to observe water ice clouds partially obscuring the surface.
PIA03832:
Galle Crater
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The eastern rim of this unnamed crater in Claritas Fossae is very degraded, as seen in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey, indicating that it's very ancient and has been subjected to erosion and bombardment from impactors such as asteroids and comets.
PIA03833:
Claritas Fossae
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-06-26 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft, which displays clearly the contrast between bedrock, sand, and dust surfaces, covers a portion of Coprates Chasma, part of the Valles Marineris system of canyons that stretch for thousands of kilometers.
PIA03834:
Coprates Chasma
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-06-26 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This image by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft is within a region called Lunae Planum, west of NASA's Viking 1 landing site, that marks the transition between the Tharsis rise, a giant volcanic complex, and the northern lowland plains.
PIA03835:
Lunae Planum
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-06-26 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This positive relief feature in the ancient highlands of Mars, imaged by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft, appears to be a heavily eroded volcanic center. The top of the feature appears to be under attack by the erosive forces of the Martian wind.
PIA03837:
Small Volcano in Terra Cimmeria
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-06-27 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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Tantalus Fossae, seen in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft, is a set of long valleys on the eastern side of Alba Patera. These valleys are referred to as grabens and are formed by extension of the crust and faulting.
PIA03836:
Tantalus Fossae
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-07-03 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This NASA Mars Odyssey image shows the effects of erosion on a beautiful sequence of dramatically layered rocks within Candor Chasma, which is part of the Valles Marineris.
PIA03838:
Candor Chasma
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The jumbled, chaotic terrain in this NASA Mars Odyssey image may represent a source region for the Reull Vallis, one of the larger channel systems in the southern hemisphere of Mars.
PIA03840:
Reull Vallis Source Region
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey shows a region of Mars' northern hemisphere called Ismenia Fossae. Most of the landforms are the degraded remains of impact crater rim and ejecta from an unnamed crater (75 km diameter) just north of this scene.
PIA03841:
Ismenia Fossae
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Off the western flank of Elysium are the Hephaestus Fossae, seen in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey, with linear arrangements of small, round pits. These features are commonly called 'pit chains' and most likely represent the collapse of lava tubes.
PIA03842:
Hephaestus Fossae
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-07-08 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This crater within part of Amazonis Planitia was captured by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft and displays a number of common features exhibited by Martian craters.
PIA03843:
Amazonis Planitia
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This NASA Mars Odyssey image shows several 'fretted' channels within Deuteronilus Mensae in the northern plains of Mars. These linear troughs appear to have been extensively modified by surficial processes.
PIA03844:
Deuteronilus Mensae
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows an ancient channel in Arabia Terra.
PIA03846:
Huo Hsing Vallis
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Hrad Valles, seen in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft, is located north-northwest of the large Elysium Mons volcanic complex and is yet another example of a channel that likely carried fluids.
PIA03847:
Hrad Valles
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The floor of a 75 km diameter crater in the Amenthes region of Mars displays lobate flow features in the center of this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft.
PIA03845:
Amenthes Crater
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-07-17 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows a region of Mars called Ophir Planum. The Valles Marineris system of canyons that stretch for thousands of kilometers across Mars are located just south of the area covered in the image.
PIA03848:
Ophir Planum
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The craters on Mars display a variety of interior deposits, one of which is shown in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey. Spallanzani Crater is located far enough south that it probably experiences the seasonal growth and retreat of the south polar cap.
PIA03849:
Spallanzani Crater
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-07-22 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This NASA Mars Odyssey image covers a large area over the summit of Ulysses Patera, one of the many volcanoes that make up the giant Tharsis volcanic province, although Ulysses itself is fairly small in comparison to the other volcanoes in this area.
PIA03900:
Ulysses Patera
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This NASA Mars Odyssey image of NASA's Viking 1 landing site was taken to commemorate the anniversaries of NASA's Apollo 11 landing on the Moon and Viking 1 landing on Mars -- July 20, 1969 and July 20, 1976, respectively.
PIA03901:
1st Manned Lunar Landing and 1st Robotic Mars Landing Commemorative Release: Viking 1 Landing Site in Chryse Planitia - Infrared Image
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NASA's Viking 1 landing site is shown in this commemorative image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft to celebrate the July 20, 1969 and 1976 anniversaries of NASA's Apollo 11 and Viking 1 landings on the Moon and Mars, respectively.
PIA03902:
1st Manned Lunar Landing and 1st Robotic Mars Landing Commemorative Release: Viking 1 Landing Site in Chryse Planitia - Visible Image
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft displays sand dunes covered in CO2 frost. This is a region of Mars that contains circumpolar sand seas.
PIA03903:
Frosted Sand Dunes
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-07-24 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This NASA Mars Odyssey image shows a location near the highland-lowland boundary scarp in a region called Nepenthes Mensae with relatively smooth plains dotted with some craters and stepped mesas and knobs.
PIA03904:
Nepenthes Mensae
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This set of images from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows the so-called 'face on Mars' landform located in the northern plains of Mars.
PIA03905:
The So-Called "Face on Mars" in Infrared
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The lineations seen in this NASA Mars Odyssey image occur in Acidalia Planitia. These fissures, or cracks in the ground, are possibly evidence that there was once subsurface ice or water in the region.
PIA03906:
Acidalia Planitia
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Lineations (fissures, or cracks in the ground) can be seen in this image of Acidalia Planitia from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft and create what is referred to as 'patterned ground' or 'polygonal terrain.'
PIA03907:
Pandora Fretum Crater
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey covers a portion of the Medusa Fossae formation, near the equator of Mars. The most characteristic feature of the Medusa Fossae formation is the abundance of 'yardangs,' which are erosional landforms carved by wind.
PIA03908:
Yardangs in Medusa Fossae
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Located roughly equidistant between two massive volcanoes, the approximately 60 km Poynting Crater and its ejecta, shown in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft, have experienced an onslaught of volcanic activity.
PIA03909:
Poynting Crater Ejecta
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey shows a sample of the middle member of the Medusae Fossae formation. The layers exposed in the southeast-facing scarp suggest that there is a fairly competent unit underlying the mesa in the center of the image.
PIA03910:
Medusae Fossae
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The lowland plains of Elysium Planitia contains a terrain that puzzles Mars scientists. Landforms in the region are the plates and ridges seen throughout most of this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey.
PIA03911:
Enigmatic Terrain of Elysium Planitia
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft displays a frosted crater in the Martian northern hemisphere. It was taken during the northern spring, when the CO2 ice cap starts to sublimate and recede.
PIA03912:
Frosted Crater
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This landslide along a portion of a ridge in Promethei Terra was imaged by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft. Landslides have very characteristic morphologies on Earth, which they also display on Mars.
PIA03913:
Promethei Terra
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This anaglyph from NASA's Mars Global Surveyor shows a circular feature in northern Terra Meridiani. 3D glasses are necessary to view this image.
PIA03914:
Partially-Exhumed Crater in Northern Terra Meridiani: Mosaic of M04-01289, E17-01676, and M21-01646
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This anaglyph from NASA's Mars Global Surveyor shows a circular feature in northern Terra Meridiani. The circular feature was once an impact crater. 3D glasses are necessary to view this image.
PIA03915:
Partially-Exhumed Crater in Northern Terra Meridiani: Stereo Anaglyph of overlapping coverage in M04-01289 and E17-01676
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Gullies in a Crater Wall in Newton Basin:
PIA03916:
Gullies in a Crater Wall in Newton Basin:
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A Dust Devil Making a Streak and Climbing a Crater Wall
PIA03917:
A Dust Devil Making a Streak and Climbing a Crater Wall
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"Inca City" is Part of a Circular Feature
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These NASA Mars Odyssey images show layered deposits located on the floor of Ganges Chasma, part of the Valles Marineris canyon system, in both infrared (left) and visible (right) wavelengths.
PIA03861:
Odyssey/Ganges
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These Mars Odyssey images show the 'White Rock' feature on Mars in both infrared (left) and visible (right) wavelengths. 'White Rock' is the unofficial name for this landform that was first observed during NASA's Mariner 9 mission in the early 1970's.
PIA03862:
Odyssey/White Rock
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These images from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft show the Becquerel crater in different lights -- visible, daytime infrared and nighttime infrared.
PIA03863:
Odyssey/ Becquerel
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18,812 New MGS MOC Images Archived and Online
PIA03872:
18,812 New MGS MOC Images Archived and Online
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Derived Topographic Model from Mars Global Surveyor Instruments
PIA03873:
Derived Topographic Model from Mars Global Surveyor Instruments
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Derived Topographic Model from Mars Global Surveyor Instruments
PIA03874:
Derived Topographic Model from Mars Global Surveyor Instruments
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The grabens (fractures) that dominate this scene from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft are located northwest of a large shield volcano called Elysium Mons. Layered rock is evident along the lips of the graben as are ripples on the floors of these features.
PIA04001:
Elysium Fossae
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Dark dunes on the floor of an interior crater in Becquerel, imaged here by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft, supply the sand responsible for the erosion of the remarkable, layered deposit to the south.
PIA04002:
Dunes in Becquerel Crater
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This canyon system imaged here by NASA's Mars Odyssey was named Valles Marineris in honor of its discoverer, NASA's Mariner 9 spacecraft. The image covers a portion of the canyon system called Melas Chasma.
PIA04003:
Mariner 9 Anniversary/Landslides on Mars (Released 13 November 2002)
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The small crater observed at the middle-right edge of this NASA Mars Odyssey image is very different from other similar looking impact craters located southeast of the Pavonis Mons volcano.
PIA04004:
Small volcanic crater near Pavonis Mons (Released 14 November 2002
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This image of Hydaspis Chaos from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows the source terrain for several outflow channels on Mars.
PIA04000:
Hydaspis Chaos
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Extensional forces in the volcanic province of Tharsis, shown in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft, have produced a fractured terrain that resembles wrinkled skin.
PIA04005:
Ulysses Fossae in Tharsis
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The irregularly shaped rim of the bowl-shaped impact crater in this NASA Mars Odyssey image is most likely due to erosion and the subsequent infilling of sediment.
PIA04006:
Impact Crater
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The larger craters in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft showing a region north of Elysium Mons are buried and distorted almost beyond recognition.
PIA04007:
Degraded Craters in Phlegra Montes
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This image by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows the rugged cratered highland region of Libya Montes, which forms part of the rim of an ancient impact basin called Isidis.
PIA04008:
Libya Montes
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This NASA Mars Odyssey image shows Dao Vallis, a large outflow channel that starts on the southeast flank of a large volcano called Hadriaca Patera and runs for 1,000 kilometers (about 620 miles) southwest into the Hellas impact basin.
PIA04009:
Dao Vallis
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-11-26 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This wind-swept region of Amazonis Planitia, imaged here by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft, has been so uniformly dissected into yardangs that only two craters provide any indication that other processes have ever been active on the surface.
PIA04010:
Amazonis Planitia yardangs
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft displays sand dunes within Proctor Crater. These dunes are composed of basaltic sand that has collected in the bottom of the crater.
PIA04011:
Proctor Crater Dunes
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-11-26 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey is located in Meroe Patera, which is a small region within Syrtis Major Planitia. Syrtis Major is a low-relief shield volcano whose lava flows make up a plateau more than 1,000 km (about 620 miles) across.
PIA04012:
Meroe Patera
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The ancient, catastrophic floods on Mars, whose origins remain a mystery, produced a channeled and scoured landscape like this one, which is called Tiu Valles and was imaged by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft.
PIA04013:
Tiu Valles
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A fretted channel dominates this region of Ismeniae Fossae, imaged by NASA's Mars Odyssey. The topography of this region appears muted, most likely due to the presence of ground ice.
PIA04014:
Ismeniae Fossae
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The scoured grooves in the catastrophic outflow channels shown in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft formed hundreds of million of years ago and have the appearance of wood grain. They now host dune-like ripples of windblown material.
PIA04015:
Kasei Vallis
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows the region where NASA's Mars Polar Lander was set to land on December 3, 1999. Unfortunately, communications with the spacecraft were lost and never regained.
PIA04016:
Rest In Peace Mars Polar Lander
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Like many of the craters in the Oxia Palus region of Mars, Trouvelot Crater, shown in this NASA Mars Odyssey image, hosts an eroded, light-toned, sedimentary deposit on its floor.
PIA04017:
Trouvelot Crater Deposit
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With a location roughly equidistant between two of the largest volcanic constructs on the planet, the fate of the approximately 50 km (31 mile) impact crater in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey was sealed. It has been buried to the rim by lava flows.
PIA04018:
Buried Crater
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The jumble of eroded ridges and mesas seen in this NASA Mars Odyssey image occurs within Ares Vallis, one of the largest catastrophic outflow channels on the planet. Floods raged through this channel, pouring out into the Chryse Basin to the north.
PIA04019:
Ares Vallis Polygons
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The Tharsis Montes region on Mars is a major center of volcanic and tectonic activity. The channel in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey is west of the relatively small volcano called Biblis Patera although it shows no obvious relationship to it.
PIA04020:
Tharsis Grooved Channel
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This false-color infrared image from NASA's Mars Odyssey was acquired over the region of Ophir and Candor Chasma in Valles Marineris.
PIA03737:
Mars' Ophir Region in Color Infrared
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey was acquired of Candor Chasma within Valles Marineris and shows the effects of erosion on a sequence of dramatically layered rocks.
PIA03738:
Candor Chasma on Mars, in Color
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This image is a mosaic of day and night infrared images of Melas Chasma taken by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft. The daytime temperature images are shown in black and white, superimposed on the Martian topography.
PIA03741:
Melas Chasma, Day and Night.
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This collage of six images taken by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft, shows examples of the daytime temperature patterns of Martian dunes.
PIA03740:
Martian Dunes in Infrared
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This image is a mosaic of day and night infrared images of Melas Chasma taken by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft. The daytime temperatures range from approximately -35 degrees Celsius (-31 degrees Fahrenheit) to -5 degrees Celsius (23 degrees Fahrenheit).
PIA03742:
Long Range View of Melas Chasma
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Simultaneous infrared and visible images taken byNASA's Mars Odyssey show the Martian south polar cap in late summer. The black areas are at a temperature near -125 degrees Celsius (-193 degrees Fahrenheit) and correspond to solid carbon dioxide ice.
PIA03743:
Mars' South Polar Cap in Summer
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Mars Radiation Experiment
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Data from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft's Martian radiation environment experiment show that the radiation dose equivalent at Mars is two to three times greater than that aboard the International Space Station.
PIA03745:
Odyssey/Marie
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This nighttime temperature image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows the ancient, heavily cratered surface of the highlands between Isidis and Elysium Planitia.
PIA03739:
Martian Highlands at Night in Infrared
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Gamma Ray Spectrometer Suite
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These two views of Mars were made with data taken by the neutron spectrometer component of NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft and show epithermal neutron flux, which is sensitive to the amount of hydrogen present.
PIA03744:
Odyssey/NS
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The layering of material observed at the bottom of this impact crater imaged by NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft suggests multiple depositional and erosional episodes in a changing environment.
PIA04021:
Impact Crater
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Except for the loss of its ring of ejecta, the crater at the leading edge of this streamlined island in Kasei Vallis, imaged here by NASA's Mars Odyssey, shows no hint of the catastrophic floods that passed by it.
PIA04022:
Kasei Vallis Streamlined Island
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This portion of NASA Mars Odyssey image covers NASA's Viking 2 landing site (shown with the X). The second landing on Mars took place September 3, 1976 in Utopia Planitia.
PIA04023:
Viking Lander 2 Anniversary
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Perched on the northern rim of the enormous Hellas Basin, Terby Crater, imaged by NASA Mars Odyssey, is host to an impressive range of landforms. As is common for many Martian craters, Terby has been filled with layered material, presumably sediments.
PIA04024:
Terby Crater
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The ejecta blanket of the crater in this image from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft does not resemble the blocky, discontinuous ejecta associated with most fresh craters on Mars.
PIA04025:
Fluidized crater ejecta
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This image from NASA's Mars Odyssey covers a portion of Ares Valles, an outflow channel carved into the surface of Mars by ancient catastrophic floods.
PIA04026:
Ares Valles
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Add Image to Favorite List 2002-12-13 Mars 2001 Mars Odyssey
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This pair of craters seen by NASA's Mars Odyssey just north of the Hellas Basin demonstrate the rugged topography that can result when an impact occurs on the rim of an existing crater.
PIA04027:
Crater Upon Crater
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