HiPOD: 24 March 2019
Frost Patch and Dunes in a Northern Hemisphere Crater

Frost Patch and Dunes in a Northern Hemisphere Crater
Caption throwback: The frost patch visible here has been stable since the 1970 Viking landing-era.The bright frost region is bounded by a dune field on the northeast. The sizes probably represent generations of dunes that formed under a variety of dominant wind conditions. (Read the full caption.)

ID: PSP_001700_2505
date: 6 December 2006
altitude: 313 km
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NASA/JPL/University of Arizona
Black & white is less than 5 km across; enhanced color is less than 1 km