The Cavities On Mars Excited Those Who Saw!
NASA’s Mars reconnaissance satellite MOR ‘viewed the Cerberus Fossae cavities in the Red planet.
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), Mars reconnaissance satellite of the American Center for National Aerospace Research (NASA), took close-up photographs of Cerberus Fossae caverns on the surface of the Red Planet.
The cavities on Mars excited those who saw!
NASA released one of the high-resolution photos taken by MRO on the website of the cavities formed by deep fault cracks.
Mars’ 11 degrees north latitude and 160 degrees west longitude of the slopes on the hillside, “mass depletion” is said to be subject to landslides.
In the photograph, it was seen that the rocks slipping from the hard layer in the area near the surface in blue colored areas were poured into the hollow, while the black slope lines at the bottom were formed as a result of the thin stone and soil sliding down.
Launched from the Earth in August 2005, MRO has been observing Mars in orbit since March 10, 2006.