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The Collapse Pits of Tharsis

Sent by: Mars Odyssey | From: Mars | Released: Oct 8, 2008 | Credit: NASA/JPL/ASU | Image source This lava plain in the volcanic region of Tharsis is riddled with pits that formed when voids in the lava collapsed. It

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Echoes in the Ice

Sent by: Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter & Mars Odyssey | From: Mars | Released: Aug 14, 2008 | Credits: NASA/ESA/JPL-Caltech/ASI/University of Rome/University of Washington St. Louis/MSSS | Image source Radar reveals details inside the mile-thick mountain of ice at the north

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Blast Zone

Sent by: Mars Odyssey | From: Mars | Released: Aug 13, 2008 | Credit: NASA/JPL/ASU | Image source This mark in the Tharsis region of Mars is thought to be the result of a shock wave from a meteor that

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Polar Wind

Sent by: Mars Odyssey | From: Mars | Released: July 31, 2008 | Credit: NASA/JPL/ASU | Image source Winds blowing from the north pole of Mars encounter a trough in the ice cap, forming clouds. Another cool shot from the

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Owl Crater

Sent by: Odyssey | From: Mars | Released: July 24, 2008 | Credit: NASA/JPL/ASU | Image source A Martian crater with an ejecta pattern that probably means the impact occurred at an angle. The ‘wings’ are about 10 kilometers wide.

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