The most beautiful pictures of Mars
• The most beautiful photos of Mars
Mars, which is also called the Red Planet may surprise you its not red landscapes in these photographs. Some pictures look like the amazing beauty of paintings by the famous painter. See the most beautiful pictures of Mars.
You see mine hematite - iron ore - in the region of Meridiani Planum.
Mars photos are so unusual and beautiful that it's hard to believe this is not a picture. Probably to the same conclusion and NASA employees who have created web page titled "Mars As Art" or "Mars as a work of art."
This picture was taken from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Because of the optical illusion of dark spots on the photos look like trees. This is actually a Martian dune landslides caused by the sublimation of carbon dioxide.
Aram Chaos - eroded remnants of an impact crater, which is almost on the equator of Mars, and is covered with a huge amount of iron oxide, or rust usual.
Olympus Mons - a huge volcanic crater - its height is greater than 30 kilometers. This is the highest point in the solar system.
The crater near the northern Great Plains, where you can see the ice cover. During winter ice covered Mars another layer of dry ice - carbon dioxide in solid form which sublimates (converted to gas) in the summer.
It seems that in this photograph shows the original tattoo, but in fact - it's convoluted and tortuous pattern created by ... dust. On Mars, as on Earth, the wind often blows away topsoil, exposing deeper.
Panorama of the eastern edge of the crater Endeavor, made from a distance of about 30 kilometers.
Hellas Planitia (also known as the Hellas impact basin). Pictures visible cracks have from 1 to 10 meters in width.
The whirlwind of dust on Mars, photographed from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. A similar phenomenon exists in the world.
South-eastern slopes of the volcanic crater of Olympus - the highest point in the solar system.
The new impact crater, which was filmed Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter November 19, 2013.
And here is the sunset on Mars. The picture was taken using three color filters, which create an image similar to the image that is perceived by the human eye.
Mars, visible from the spacecraft Viking Orbiter. The photograph shows a thin layer Mars atmosphere.
Photo from Mars rover Curiosity, made during his mission on Mars. Curiosity drills a hole in the Martian soil, to take samples and specimens for testing.