|Remembrance of Craters Past|
Nestled against this mound are the remnants of a cluster of impact craters that are not only severely eroded, but are likely further deformed by glacial processes. This image is in the Northern Hemisphere of Mars.
|The Slope of Arandas Crater|
Our objective is to look for recurring slope lineae in the Martian mid-summer, features that we have not seen in previous images. Are the RSL caused by dry ice or granular flows? This image shows the northern part of Arandas, a 25-kilometer impact crater.
|Possible Quartz-Rich Terrain in Antoniadi Crater|
This region contains quartz/hydrated silica-bearing materials and clays, possibly tied to a hydrothermal weathering environment. Our picture can also accurately place CRISM mineral observations into morphologic context. This observation was a public target suggestion via HiWish.
|Chaos on the Floor of Candor Chasma|
Our goal is to investigate interesting platy/polygonal features in the interior deposits of Candor Chasma, and to resolve any layering within each platy structure to determine an origin.
|Depressions near Coogoon Valles
This feature likely formed by collapse. Its origin is unknown, but it fits the bill of a candidate caldera formed through ancient explosive eruptions. It is also in the vicinity of one of the top ranked landing sites for the ExoMars mission.