HiPODs: 30 March – 2 April 2020 

Colorful Bedrock in a Northern Plains Crater

Colorful Bedrock in a Northern Plains Crater
This image is intended to provide a baseline picture of sand dunes on the crater floor to look for potential motion in future observations.  
Pitted Material from Tooting Crater

Pitted Material from Tooting Crater
Tooting Crater is one of the youngest craters on Mars that is larger than 20-kilometers in diameter.   
Where the Wind Blows

Where the Wind Blows
Scientists can study HiRISE images collected over time of the same dunes to observe whether they are moving or not, and if so, how fast.  
Monitoring Active Gullies

Monitoring Active Gullies
When gullies were first observed, there was a lot of excitement surrounding them because similar features form on Earth through the action of liquid water.  
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