2,500 Amazing Mars Photos Released by Nasa

NASA has revealed 2,540 stunning photos of Mars. Mars is a place of quietness solitude and mysterious beauty with the nickname of the Red Planet. While this might lead to people believing that it is just red, this is far from the truth and the HiRISE camera that is located onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter of NASA.

NEVER BEFORE SEEN PHOTOS RELEASED: MARS ALMOST LOOKS LIKE A ‘LIVING PLANET’ TODAY

The cameras have been able to transform many subtle differences of the soil found on Mars and turn it into all colors of the rainbow. Now NASA has revealed 2,540 stunning never before seen photos.

The HiRISE camera has captured images of Mars that are very valuable scientifically, not to mention stunning to see. The photos captured by the camera are in fact so detailed that the scientists are able to examine the features of the planet at a scale of only a few feet. One of the features is the recent crash site when the Schiaparelli Mars lander of Europe crashed.

While we are not able to show all 2,054 photos here we are able to show you some of the most stunning photos out of the collection that were released during August through to October of this year.

HERE IS A COLLECTION OF THE BEST IMAGES RELEASED:  

Debris apron edges with cliff material eroding away

Ridges that cross the region of Nepenthes Mensae, which is also known as the river delta, due to its striking pattern.

The Buzzel, the seasonal dunes of Mars

The two-tones of Mars in all its glory

Sand blowing and eating through older crater rims

A recent small crater left by an impact

Minerals shown bright speckles which stand out on the Galle Crater

Utopia Planitia, the large plain of Mars

Martian buttes in layers that is located in the West Arabia

Crater found on Arcadia Planitia, which is a flat region located on Mars

Certain minerals in false colors that give Syria Planum the inky blue coloring speckled with gold.

North Sinus Meridiani texturing

Ceraunious Foassae and the large cracks and volcanic flows

Martian equator terrain

Possible landing for the Mars 2020 mission

Fans created around the dunes help scientists to understand the seasonal changes

Dunes found within the Martian crater

Slope on the Eastern Noctis Labyrinthus

Iridescent glacial terrain

A Gully on Mars

Gully that NASA watches for small landlines resulting in water melting to form dark mud

Cerberus Palus with its sediments in layers

Eruptions of dust spiders

Mars impact crater

Carbon dioxide carving out strange shapes

North Pole dune called Kolhar after fictional world of Frank Herbet

A large chasm

Rust dunes in the Russel Crater

You can find all 2,500 images here:

https://www.uahirise.org/releases/aug2016/

https://www.uahirise.org/releases/sept2016/

https://www.uahirise.org/releases/oct2016/  

 

From: disclose.tv