1. Curiosity's Mastcam Views Layers at Las Claritas  NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  2. Stunning Picture Reveals Weird 'Polygons' on Mars  VICE
  3. Strange honeycomb pattern on Mars is formed by ice expanding and contracting  Daily Mail
  4. Strange Honeycomb Pattern on Mars Appears to Be Formed by Water Ice And CO2  ScienceAlert
  5. NASA's Curiosity Captures Stunning Views of a Changing Mars Landscape – NASA Mars Exploration  NASA Mars Exploration
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NASA's Curiosity Mars rover captured evidence of layers that built up as windblown sand both accumulated and was scoured away at a location nicknamed Las Claritas. This image was captured using Curiosity's Mast Camera, or Mastcam, on May 19, 2022.NASA's Curiosity Mars rover captured evidence of layers that built up as windblown sand both accumulated and was scoured away at a location nicknamed Las Claritas. This image was captured using Curiosity's Mast Camera, or Mastcam, on May 19, 2022.

Curiosity's Mastcam Views Layers at Las Claritas

From orbit, this landscape on Mars looks like a lacy honeycomb or a spider web. But the unusual polygon-shaped features aren't created by Martian bees or spiders; they are actually formed from an ongoing process of seasonal change from created fromFrom orbit, this landscape on Mars looks like a lacy honeycomb or a spider web. But the unusual polygon-shaped features aren't created by Martian bees or spiders; they are actually formed from an ongoing process of seasonal change from created from w

Strange Honeycomb Pattern on Mars Appears to Be Formed by Water Ice And CO2

A new picture from a powerful camera reveals the red planet’s springtime activity.A new picture from a powerful camera reveals the red planet’s springtime activity.

Stunning Picture Reveals Weird 'Polygons' on Mars

University of Arizona experts, who are in charge of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter said both water and dry ice have a major role in sculpting the Red Planet's surface at high latitudes.University of Arizona experts, who are in charge of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter said both water and dry ice have a major role in sculpting the Red Planet's surface at high latitudes.

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