Week of 16 September 2019 

A New Crater on Mars

A New Crater on Mars
The meteorite that caused the small crater in this image hit Mars sometime between April 2018 and January 2019.  
Subliming Ice

Subliming Ice
Formed between 2010 and 2012, this impact crater in the polar region of Mars offers us a look into the extent of water ice and how it’s changed over time.  
Mars Underground Exposed:  The Central Peak of Alga Crater

Mars Underground Exposed: The Central Peak of Alga Crater
The most habitable places on Mars now and in the past are underground, where water is or was much more stable than at the surface and protected from energetic particle radiation.  
Bonus Beauty

Bonus Beauty
While looking at two types of terrain, we decided to extend our image a bit and came upon a beautiful bowl-shaped crater and its gorgeous slope streaks.   
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