NASA's MRO Snaps 'Black-And-Blue' Impact Crater on Mars  Geek

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) snapped an image of a "black-and-blue" impact crater on the Red Planet. (Photo Credit: Nahúm Méndez Chazarra, ...

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Mars recently received a hard “punch” when a small space rock hurtled into the Red Planet’s surface and created a new impact crater that looks like a black-and-blue bruise. The impact crater, which […]

NASA's MRO Snaps 'Black-And-Blue' Impact Crater on Mars - Geek.com

A small space rock crashed into the Martian surface recently, producing a fresh crater that researchers estimate is 49 feet to 53 feet (15 to 16 meters) wide.The crater is about 50 feet wide.

Bam! Fresh Crater Spied on Mars — and It Looks Spectacular | Space

NASA recently spotted a brand new crater on the surface of Mars. The impact left a massive blue smudge that scientists think might be caused by exposed ice.NASA recently spotted a brand new crater on the surface of Mars. The impact left a massive blue smudge that scientists think might be caused by exposed ice.

NASA recently spotted a brand new crater on the surface of Mars. The impact left a massive blue smudge that scientists think might be caused by exposed ice.

NASA Discovers Brand-New Crater on Mars

The jaw-dropping photo was captured by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) instrument on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter earlier this year.The jaw-dropping photo was captured by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) instrument on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter earlier this year.

NASA's Mars orbiter snaps stunning photo of 50-foot crater that formed after recent collision | Daily Mail Online

The Red Planet was hit by an asteroid sometime within the past three years and the resulting crater has exposed a "darker material" underneath Mars' reddish dust that is currently perplexing scientists.The Red Planet was hit by an asteroid sometime within the past three years and the resulting crater has exposed a "darker material" underneath Mars' reddish dust that is currently perplexing scientists.

NASA's Mars 2020 rover will land in Jezero Crater. Jezero is an ancient lake bed with deltas and sediment deposits, and maybe signs of past life.NASA's Mars 2020 rover will land in Jezero Crater. Jezero is an ancient lake bed with deltas and sediment deposits, and maybe signs of past life.

This is Where Mars 2020 Rover is Heading. From this Picture, I Think You Can Guess Why - Universe Today

It may be only a few months old.NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spotted the black-and-blue crater in April.

Check out this black-and-blue Mars crater that was just discovered | wusa9.com

A fresh Martian crater has been detected in a stunning new image taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter....A fresh Martian crater has been detected in a stunning new image taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter....

Spectacular New Crater Discovered On Mars | Gizmodo Australia

A new impact crater has been spotted on Mars.A new impact crater has been spotted on Mars.

NASA Spots Stunning New Mars Impact Crater With 'Standout' Appearance [PHOTO]