ESA has captured spectacular images of Mars

Credit: ESA
Credit: ESA

News! ESA captured spectacular images from Mars! As you can see in the image above, ESA captured an image of the Elysium Planitia volcanic region, which is of course on the planet Mars. This beautiful image that makes us think that it is from Earth was made on April 14, 2021, but ESa started announcing about it only on September 10, 2021. The image was taken by the CaSSIS camera on the ESA-Roscosmos ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO).

ESA has claimed that those blue trenches you see above that are parallel are called Cerberus Fossae and were formed by tectonic processes, the European Space Agency said. And the image you see below where you see the floor, it is nothing more than a depth of a few hundred meters filled with sand and coarse grain, however we see it more blue-white because it is quite far from the telescope camera and used a false color (telescope) announced ESA.

Many thanks to the ship, which is also a kind of small telescope for ESA, which was launched on Mars in 2016 and began to do its mission (complete, according to ESA) in 2018. It is a spacecraft that maps the surface of Mars, provides images and other scientific data about the planet.

We wish the ship success in providing as much data and images as possible.

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen

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