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Title Perspective view of the 'sulphate' mountain - looking north-east Released 19/01/2006 10:27 am Copyright ESA/DLR/FU Berlin (G. Neukum) Description Perspective view of the mountain in Juventae Chasma, thought to be composed of sulphates, looking north-east. The HRSC obtained this image on 26 March 2004 during orbit 243 with a ground resolution of approximately 23.4 metres per pixel. The scene shows the region of Lunae Planum, at approximately 5° South and 297° East. Id 228470
originally posted by: muSSang
I think if NASA did find anything they would blabber about it, think about it for a minute?
Wouldn't there budget dramatically increase if they found something?