HiPODs: Week of 24 February 2020 

Under the Scarp

Under the Scarp
While studying the active dunes under these layers in south polar deposits is our objective, the scarp itself is worth a look. The bluish color represents carbon dioxide frost.  
Bright Dust Devil Tracks over RSL in Eos Chasma

Bright Dust Devil Tracks over RSL in Eos Chasma
How can dust devil tracks be bright from dust removal or redistribution while recurring slope streaks are dark from dust removal?  
Northern Dunes and Snowfall

Northern Dunes and Snowfall
Every year we see new slumps on dune slip faces at high northern latitudes, and old slumps are erased by windblown sand.  
Olivine-Rich Terrain in Ganges Chasma

Olivine-Rich Terrain in Ganges Chasma
This image covers a location in which the mineral olivine was detected, and shows that the surface is ancient fractured bedrock.  
Well-Preserved Pitted Material in an Impact Crater

Well-Preserved Pitted Material in an Impact Crater
This crater is among the best preserved on Mars as it retains what is believed to be primary deposits: crater-related pitted materials and volatile-rich impact melt-bearing deposits.