A NASA Orbiter saw a strange view from Mars, during its orbit it flew to the highest volcanic peaks of the red planet.
NASA’s Reconnaissance Orbiter has been orbiting the Red Planet for more than a decade and a half, and during its long orbits have collected detailed images of the planet, including numerous volcanic peaks, valleys, and dry lakes.
NASA has shared an interesting picture of Mars on its official Twitter page, due to the strange shape seen by surveillance cameras from the top of the planet.
Commenting on this strange sight, NASA said: “Mars’ Restoration Orbiter has been spying on interesting details in this abyss about half a mile wide (about one kilometer) wide.”
“The air ripples in the potential sediment layers clearly reveal the shapes of the air inside the abyss,” the company added.
According to an article published on the agency’s website, these craters, which extend across the north-central latitudes, have interesting interior designs, each with ripples of alien air.
“Outside the pits and on the floors (below) of the pits, the ripples (thin ripples) all go in the same direction, however, in the walls of some large craters the ripples differ in the center (center).
While orbital surveillance observes the surface of Mars from above, robotic vehicles monitor the terrain directly from the surface of Mars, where all rovers focus and intensify their search for ancient traces of life on the red planet.
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