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Ice Sculptures Fill The Deepest Parts of Mars - Universe Today
[/caption] One of the “weirdest and least understood” areas of Mars, the enormous Hellas Impact Basin contains strange flowing landforms that bespeak of some specialized and large-scale geologic process having taken place. The HiRISE camera aboard NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter recently captured the image above, showing what’s being called “lava lamp terrain” — stretched and … Continue reading "Ice Sculptures Fill The Deepest Parts of Mars"