Wednesday, July 6, 2022

NASA takes new picture of Mars that reflects the seasons on the Red Planet


Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at

NASA has captured a new image of the surface of Mars, which looks very strange as the circular sand dunes are seen on the Red Planet.

According to the site “space”, the Martian sand dunes revolve around the surface covered with carbon dioxide and dust in this new image exploratory of Mars.

The image was taken by HiRISE camera with high-resolution imaging in orbit, and the image is the first in a new series of images that researchers will use to study the change in seasonal processes on Mars.

NASA’s recent discovery of the planet’s climate and soil conditions is numerous, including finding evidence of water on the planet.

Read also: NASA study: Mars visit will not affect human health

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