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Channels scoured by ancient outbursts of flood waters are seen in this orbital view from Odyssey's Thermal Emission Imaging System.The channels are billions of years old and have likely been affected by multiple processes over time. Here, two channels, Tiu Vallis on the left and Ares Vallis on the right, flow northward from the highlands of the southern hemisphere of Mars. | NASA, JPL

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Ancient water: Channels scoured by ancient outbursts of flood waters are seen in this orbital view from Mars Odyssey's Thermal Emission Imaging System. The features are billions of years old.

Here's another one. Martian dark, jagged dunes. Image credit: NASA.

In this image, SETI Institute’s Lori Fenton explains that wind has blown the dark, rippled sand between jagged Martian hills, from top to bottom in this frame

coisas para se pensar, ou impensaveis ao universo. È tao infinito ao meu ver e tao enorme, que é difícil descrever a grandiosidade em palavras.

our solar system, the sun, arcturus, antares, the milky way and the universe. How does the size of earth stack up.

Cosa sono le misteriose “lagune blu” sulla superficie di Marte    Phobos Project

lagune blu sulla superfice di marte

Satellite imagery from the Red Planet reveals an unexpected topographical feature.

Image: Visions of the Universe (© NASA) Mars image

This view shows color variations in bright layered deposits on a plateau near Juventae Chasma in the Valles Marineris region of Mars.

Mars crater.

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter - geologically young impact crater in the Sirenum Fossae region of Mars on March 2015

NASA found evidence that briny water flows on Mars, raising chances that life could exist on the Red Planet.  (Old news but cool view.)

NASA finds evidence of flowing water on Mars NASA found evidence that briny water flows on Mars, raising chances that life could exist on the Red Planet. - Science and Nature

Seasonal flows spotted by HiRISE on northwestern slopes in Hale Crater. (NASA/JPL/University of Arizona). As the midsummer Sun beats down on the southern mountains of Mars, bringing daytime temperatures soaring up to a balmy 25ºC (77ºF), some of their slopes become darkened with long, rusty stains that may be the result of water seeping out from just below the surface.

Seasonal flows spotted by HiRISE on northwestern slopes in Hale Crater. (NASA/JPL/University of Arizona). As the midsummer Sun beats down on the southern mountains of Mars, bringing daytime temperatures soaring up to a balmy 25ºC (77ºF), some of their slopes become darkened with long, rusty stains that may be the result of water seeping out from just below the surface.

1 | How The World Will Look In 100,000,000,000,000,000,000 Years Time | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

How The World Will Look In 100,000,000,000,000,000,000 Years Time

BBC future timeline - The BBC future timeline infographic is a theoretical look at the far distant future of our planet. The Timeline of the Far Future take us thousands.

This image was taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on Jan. 27, 2010. Every spring, the sun beats down on a southern region of Mars, morning light melts the surface, warms up the ground below, and a thin, underground layer of frozen CO2 turns suddenly into a roaring gas, expands, and carrying rock and ice, rushes up through breaks in the rock, exploding into the Martian air. Geysers shoot up in odd places.

Krulwich Wonders: Are Those Spidery Black Things on Mars Dangerous? (Maybe) - Radiolab

Labeatis Trough-This Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) image shows a portion of a trough cutting across a dust-covered plain in the Labeatis Fossae region of Mars. Boulders derived from the layered exposures near the top of the trough walls are resting on the floor, and in some locations, the sloping sidewalls of the dusty trough. MGS MOC Release No. MOC2-1511, 2 July 2006  Credits: NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems

Labeatis Trough-This Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) image shows a portion of a trough cutting across a dust-covered plain in the Labeatis Fossae region of Mars. Boulders derived from the layered exposures near the top of the trough walls are resting on the floor, and in some locations, the sloping sidewalls of the dusty trough. MGS MOC Release No. MOC2-1511, 2 July 2006 Credits: NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter #Textures

"Like sand dunes waving across a vast desert, folds of rock seem to ripple over the floor of the Western Candor Chasma, a major canyon in Mars's Valles Marineris rift system"

Mars Gets More Habitable with Water Discovery, Scientists Say /Dark streaks painting the side of Martian hills were likely formed by saltwater, scientists announced today (Sept. 28). What does the presence of liquid water imply for life on the Red Planet?  Credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

Dark streaks painting the side of Martian hills were likely formed by saltwater, scientists announced today (Sept. What does the presence of liquid water imply for life on the Red Planet?

This colorful scene is situated in the Noctis Labyrinthus region of Mars, perched high on the Tharsis rise in the upper reaches of the Valles Marineris canyon system.

Two Generations of Windblown Sediments on Mars

The Noctis Labyrinthus region of Mars, perched high in the Valles Marineris canyon system, as seen on Sept. The image shows bright rimmed bedrock knobs, as well as two types of windblown sediments.

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