NASA has released a new image of the Blue Toons of Mars, which is a view

NASA has released a new image of the blue dunes of Mars, and it looks more like an alien planet from the Mass Effect than it came from our own solar system.

Although the picture is new to our eyes, it is actually an old photo. The image below was created using several photographs taken by NASA’s longest Mars spacecraft, the Mars Odyssey Orbiter, from December 2002 to November 2004.

More specifically, this is an image created by combining several photographs captured by Odyssey’s heat-emitting imaging system, although it is not clear when viewed, the image below covers 19 miles of the Red Planet’s landscape.

Blue Dunes of Mars, Photo Credit: NASA

“The ocean of dark dunes, carved into long lines by the wind, surrounds the northern polar cap of Mars and covers a large area such as Texas,” NASA said. Mail About the movie. “In this false color image, areas with cooler temperatures are recorded in blue, while warmer features are depicted in yellow and orange. Thus, darker, sun-warmed dunes glow with gold.”

Although the dunes are not really blue as the picture suggests, this is another great view of the landscape of Mars, which was recently the center of NASA.

NASA landed its latest Mars rover, diligently, Two months ago on the Red Planet and a day later, NASA diligently released the first images to the world. Now we know, because diligence is fitted with microphones What will the surface of Mars look like Although Doom led us to believe it, no heavy metal was heard.

NASA hid a secret message in the parachute of diligence and made it talk about Mars. In the midst of that secret message, it’s a great time to hear the surface of Mars for the first time and see its blue dunes, and to be someone interested in the Red Planet.

If this is not enough, NASA’s first Mars helicopter is scheduled to launch its initial flight in two days, which will give everyone on Earth a new 15-foot-high perspective on the planet.

Wesley LeBlanc is a freelance news writer, guide producer and IGN science guru. You can follow him Twitter eLeBlancWes.

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