Martian surface

Martian surface

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Caption: Martian surface. Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter image of unusual formations on the surface of Mars. The ground features numerous irregular shaped pits with raised rims on either side of a rocky ridge (top middle to bottom middle). It is thought the pits were created by melting ice or possibly even evidence of an ancient ocean. Image obtained by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on 28th March 2013.

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