The 'snake dunes' of Mars revealed in new NASA images
If youíve ever wanted to get up-close and personal with Mars, check out this incredible video recently released by NASA that shows the Red Planetís surface in stunning detail. Entitled "A Fictive Flight Above Real Mars," the video is a composite made from about 33,000 of the 50,000 high-resolution stereo images of the planetís terrain made over the past 12 years by the powerful camera used in NASAís High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE). These stereogram images depict the planetís surface in incredible detail, which can only truly be appreciated in still images by using 3D glassesóor when merged together[...]
Sand dunes are scattered across Mars and one of the larger populations exists in the Southern hemisphere, just west of the Hellas impact basin - where this strange formation is.
Fri 24 Mar 17 from Daily Mail
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) blasted off from Cape Canaveral in August 2005 carrying, among other instruments, the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera.
Tue 21 Mar 17 from Techspot
Over the course of 12 years, the HiRISE camera has been photographing the Red Planet inch-by-inch from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Around 50,000 still images have been taken and anyone ...
Mon 20 Mar 17 from Gizmodo
Mon 20 Mar 17 from Daily Mail
A filmmaker takes gray-scale images of the Red Planet and turns them into the video travel brochure of the future.
Mon 20 Mar 17 from CNET
Thu 23 Mar 17 from Inhabitat
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