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Martian Texture 6: Juventae Chasma
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Martian landforms have been shaped by winds, water, lava flow, seasonal icing and other forces over millennia. This view shows color variations in bright layered deposits of opaline, silica and iron sulfates on a plateau the Valles Marineris region of Mars.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL Caltech

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.Hottrockin
01/15/10 10:11 AM GMT
Those are some titillating textures flowin' in there!!
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Why do the pictures come out square when the lens is round??
=ppigeon
01/15/10 1:37 PM GMT
Incredible texture!
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-Pierre-
.Mythmaker
01/18/10 3:40 PM GMT
Gorgeous textures made even more awe inspiring by the fact of where they are but we are still seeing them.
Mikel.
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Legitimate leadership flows from love. Anything less is violence incognito.
.537les
01/20/10 2:03 PM GMT
The color and texture reminds me of alligator skin.
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some pictures say a thousand words... others speak silently to the soul
::scionlord
01/23/10 1:31 PM GMT
Ok, that is very surreal. Nice tweak.
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