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Hallan bajo el suelo de #Marte un depósito de hielo de agua más grande que Nuevo México según un estudio reciente de la #NASA

This vertically exaggerated view shows scalloped depressions in a part of Mars where such textures prompted researchers to check for buried ice, using ground-penetrating radar aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

These prominent surface features are found near Mars' south pole, and are believed to be linked to seasonal changes.  "The trapped carbon dioxide gas that carves the spiders in the ground also breaks through the thawing ice sheet.

These prominent surface features are found near Mars' south pole, and are believed to be linked to seasonal changes. "The trapped carbon dioxide gas that carves the spiders in the ground also breaks through the thawing ice sheet.

Spectacular photos from space MOUNT SHARP ON MARS  This view from the Mast Camera on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover shows dramatic buttes and layers on the lower flank of Mount Sharp. It is a mosaic of images taken on the 387th Martian day, or sol, of Curiosity's work on Mars.

This view from the Mast Camera on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover shows dramatic buttes and layers on the lower flank of Mount Sharp. It is a mosaic of images taken on the Martian day, or sol, of Curiosity's work on Mars.

This image is a composition of 33 Leonids captured overnight from Nov. 18 to 19, 2001.

The annual Leonid meteor shower occurs in mid-November. Here are some of the most spectacular photos of the Leonid meteor shower over the years.

Calibrating Vivaldi #wow

These images highlight the spectacular Vivaldi peak-ring basin and its ejecta blanket. The top image was acquired with MESSENGER's Wide Angle Camera, and the white box shows the location of the bottom image, acquired about a …

Victoria cliff, Mars    photo by Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity, 2006  via: NASA; Panoramic view

Victoria cliff, Mars photo by Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity, 2006 via: NASA;

NASA Probe Snaps Stunning New Images of Dwarf Planet Ceres - Scientific American

New images of Ceres craters New Dawn spacecraft images of two craters on the dwarf planet Ceres, Haulani and Oxo. Haulani looks like a fresh impact into Ceres’ surface: NASA

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