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Viking Orbiter view of the northwestern Tharsis plateau, with the three Tharsis Montes at bottom left (from top to bottom: Ascraeus Mons, Pavonis Mons, and Arsia Mons) and Olympus Mons at top right. The mountains are shrouded in the aphelion cloud belt, a thin layer of water ice crystals that form over the Tharsis Plateau when Mars is furthest from the Sun.
Color image of a cloudy afternoon over the Valles Marineris canyon system, taken by Viking Orbiter 1 during its 701st orbit of Mars, on September 29, 1979.
Viking image mosaic of the beginnings of the 1977 Mars global dust storm. In this mosaic, a regional dust storm is sweeping south off the Thaumasia Plateau.
This image of Mars is a 4-frame color mosaic taken by Viking Orbiter 1. This mosaic covers some of the oldest terrain on the Martian surface, eastern Noachis Terra.
originally posted by: Darklyilluminated
Wow ! Awesome pictures.....
Where's all the Flat earth tards to say "photoshop" ????
originally posted by: eNumbra
What inaccurate trash. How can ATS allow the posting of something so blatantly false, even in jest; Pluto isn’t a planet
originally posted by: Gothmog
Is it just me or does anyone else notice the 2nd photo from center up looks like dried up river tributaries that once filled a lake ?
I guess it "was just my imagination , running away with me"