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Mars as it may have appeared around 3.5-3.7 years ago, prior to the Tharsis Bulge forming

Paris, France (SPX) Mar 2016 - The surface of the planet Mars tilted by 20 to 25 degrees 3 to billion years ago. This was caused by a massive volcanic structure, the Tharsis volcanic which is the largest in the Solar S

It's thought that ancient Irish people were the first to record a solar eclipse 5,355 years ago. This piece of rock art is said to show the celestial event

Stone Age monuments such as Stonehenge suggest our prehistoric ancestors were keen astronomers. Now archaeologists believe that the ancient Irish were the first to record an eclipse years ago.

The Earth as seen from Mars. And u are rotating at 1,000 mph, hurling thru space at 67,000 mph hanging by your feet on a round ball.   Yikes what is there to be afraid of then.

The Earth as seen from Mars

Funny pictures about The Earth as seen from Mars. Oh, and cool pics about The Earth as seen from Mars. Also, The Earth as seen from Mars photos.

Crater Water Ice on Mars (ESA, Mars, 2005) by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, via Flickr

Frozen ice disc on Mars in a crater on the Vastitas Borealis, a broad plain that covers much of Mars& far northern latitudes. The crater is wide, with a maximum depth of about The image was taken by the High Resolution Stereo Camera on ESA& Mars Express.

NASA found evidence that briny water flows on Mars, raising chances that life could exist on the Red Planet.  (Old news but cool view.)

2015 : NASA announces evidence that briny water flows on Mars, raising chances that life could exist on the Red Planet

Those cracks in Mars... Is it from water breaking down the surface? Or roads or something of that sort?

Another cartoon from outer space. provided to you by NASA Deception!

A sweeping view by ESA’s Mars Express extends from the planet’s south polar ice cap and across its cratered highlands to the Hellas Basin (top left) and beyond. See below for an annotated version and an image that shows the wider topography. [Credit: ESA/DLR/FU Berlin, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO].

A new perspective on Mars – the South Pole and beyond

This sweeping view by ESA’s Mars Express extends from the planet’s south polar ice cap and across its cratered highlands to the Hellas Basin (top left) and beyond. - Credit: ESA/DLR/FU Berlin, CC BY-SA IGO

HiRISE : Photographs of the surface of Mars.

The sheer beauty of the planet surprised me. It was a huge pearl, set in spangled ebony. It was nacreous, it was an opal. Its patterned colouring was more subtle, more ethereal — but does it float

The Dotted Dunes of Mars. As spring dawns on the Northern Hemisphere of Mars, dunes of sand near the poles begin to defrost. Thinner regions of ice typically thaw first revealing sand whose darkness soaks in sunlight and accelerates the thaw. The process might involve sandy jets exploding through the thinning ice. By summer, the spots expand to encompass the entire dunes that are then completely thawed and dark. The carbon dioxide and water ice sublime in the thin atmosphere directly to gas.

The Dotted Dunes of Mars. As spring dawns on the Northern Hemisphere of Mars, dunes of sand near the poles begin to defrost. Thinner regions of ice typically thaw first revealing sand whose darkness soaks in sunlight and accelerates the thaw.

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