This image is of the upper part of Athabasca Valles, a very young flood channel on Mars that might have been carved by a flood of lava instead of a flood of water.
Layering West of Arabia Terra
This image is based on a request to retarget a site to create a stereo pair. Adjacent images…
Fans and Polygons
This is a place where fans emerge relatively late in the Martian spring from polygonal cracks owing to the process of sublimation.
Touring a Dusty Region
Dusty regions on Mars are often considered to look boring in HiRISE images because the dust obscures surface features.
A Lonely Mound in Chryse Planitia
A simple proposition: to compare and contrast this pitted mound that is similar in appearance to those in Utopia Planitia, but rarely observed here in Chryse Planitia.
A Long and Winding Channel in Tharsis
The Tharsis region of Mars is covered in vast lava flows, many with channels. Some channels, however, resemble features that may have been formed by water.
A Layered Butte in Northern Hellas
The objective of this observation is to examine a butte with many exposed and well-defined layers.
This region of Xanthe Terra has mostly been contracted due to thrust faulting, but this local region shows…
Arabia Terra is one of our favorite regions to image, mainly due to the diversity and beauty of its layered deposits.
Lines of Pits in Protonilus Mensae
This observation shows a lobe-shaped debris apron emanating from a massif (shown in the upper left of the image) in the Protonilus Mensae region in the Northern Hemisphere of Mars.