Window to a watery past on Mars08 June 2017
Window to a watery past on Mars08 June 2017 This 70 km-wide crater and its surrounds offer a window into the watery past of the Red Planet.
Crater triplets06 April 2017
Crater triplets06 April 2017 At first glance this scene may seem nothing out of the ordinary, but the large elongated crater marks the imprint of an impacting body that may have broken into three before it hit Mars.
Remnants of a mega-flood on Mars02 March 2017
Remnants of a mega-flood on Mars02 March 2017 ESA’s Mars Express has captured images of one of the largest outflow channel networks on the Red Planet.
Swirling spirals at the north pole of Mars02 February 2017
Swirling spirals at the north pole of Mars02 February 2017 A new mosaic from ESA’s Mars Express shows off the Red Planet’s north polar ice cap and its distinctive dark spiralling troughs.
A record of ancient tectonic stress on Mars03 November 2016
A record of ancient tectonic stress on Mars03 November 2016 Sets of ridges and troughs some 1000 km north of the giant Olympus Mons volcano contain a record of the intense tectonic stresses and strains experienced in the Acheron Fossae region on Mars 3.7–3.9 billion years ago.
Buried glaciers on Mars13 October 2016
Buried glaciers on Mars13 October 2016 This jumble of eroded blocks lies along the distinctive boundary between the Red Planet’s southern highlands and the northern lowlands, with remnants of ancient glaciers flowing around them.