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  • ChristineThorogood by ChristineThorogood

    can i just say, wow

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  • 14int by 14int

    Stunnng

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  • neilsp8 by neilsp8

    is this the best image ever?

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  • pat_law by pat_law

    what are the white bits?

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  • ChristineThorogood by ChristineThorogood

    it feels amazing that I can help contribute to science, I'm only 15 so this is really brilliant news! I just thought it was interesting

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  • ChristineThorogood by ChristineThorogood

    the white bits are possibly ice according to Chris Lintott on #stargazing

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  • Pseudo_Pro by Pseudo_Pro

    It looks like the Tundra areas around the East Siberian Sea.
    https://maps.google.com/?ll=74.519889,142.734375&spn=5.05627,26.125488&t=h&z=6

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  • webdes_44 by webdes_44

    Reminds me of smooth looking crevasses which I was going to tweet earlier -stargazing but realised had to set up a twitter accnt first. Oops

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  • brian_peaston by brian_peaston

    #linear

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  • Alril40 by Alril40

    That truly is an alien world

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  • Hunnybadger by Hunnybadger

    Mars farmland

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  • bobkugler by bobkugler

    Has a texture like sandstone with deep cracks caused by water freezing and melting. Red colouring must be from the dust. Almost like fabric!

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  • rikkister by rikkister

    maybe this is a caynon like area where the grains have falen under

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  • Seanbond by Seanbond

    It reminds me of the salt flats, similar to the hexagons in this landscape evolved after the salt pan, near Bolivia's Volcano had dried up

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  • acemgd by acemgd

    only thing i ever seen that looks anything like that is coral could this be martians

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    the fans are breaking through ice cracks here.the co2 ice layer is everywhere here.

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  • cktwigg by cktwigg

    this looks a little like lobate lava flows seen on earths ocean floors , or glazier surface cracks hmm strange

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  • kipper123 by kipper123

    the more of this type of image i see the more it looks a flat red feild fans of darker colour give the impression of curves optical illusion

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  • joanheaton by joanheaton

    Has anyone any idea what the white dots are?

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  • joanheaton by joanheaton

    It looks like fossilised coral?

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    white dots most likely dents in the ice layer(that is def. all around here).inclined dents reflect the low sun very strongly.

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  • Cytheria by Cytheria

    could it be the ice layer has expanded causing cracks in the rock/soil layer above?

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  • kipper123 by kipper123

    on some of the images the round white objects (ice) bridge the dark patches, this is a flat red feild the fans caused an optical illusion.

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  • Rockykrys by Rockykrys

    Yesterday I saw white dots as convex 3d objects, some of them straddling the dark areas. Now convinced they are hollows - see science post

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  • martian1313 by martian1313

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  • SwisArmyDad by SwisArmyDad

    Has anyone considerd that these may be a form of stromatalite i know ive spelt it wrong but i mean the rocky bacteria that still exist

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  • SwisArmyDad by SwisArmyDad

    in the earths seas if mars had oceans and an early atmosphere it may have provided enough protection to allow them to thrive what do you

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  • SwisArmyDad by SwisArmyDad

    Think sorry for many posts (Lee)

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