A recent image sent back by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter will catch your eye. This is a picture that gives the face of a bear. It is indeed a hill with a V-shaped collapse structure. According to an article published on the site University of Arizona WebTwo craters form the animal’s eyes and a circular fracture pattern forms the head. This image giving the appearance of an animal can be associated with Deposition of a deposit on a buried archaeological pit. On the other hand, it could be the nose “Volcanic or mud vents and deposits may be lava flows or mud”.
Multiple photos on the camera
The image was taken by the HiRISE (High Resolution Imaging Experiment) camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. This NASA device, which has been on a mission since March 2006, is the source of many interesting images. A few years ago, the device was the source of an image that included what appeared to many to be Star Trek’s Enterprise logo. The high-resolution imaging experiment is one of six instruments included on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. He succeeded in taking pictures of the surface of Mars, which led to the publication of hundreds of scientific papers with the data collected.
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