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Images Dated 8th March 2004

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Valles Marineris, Mars Featured 8 Mar 2004 Print

Valles Marineris, Mars

Valles Marineris, Mars. Artwork of Valles Marineris canyon system on Mars as the sun rises. The Valles Marineris is over 4000 kilometres (km) long, up to 200 km wide and up to 7 km deep, dwarfing the Grand Canyon of Arizona, USA. The canyons are found on the southeastern edge of the Tharsis Bulge and were originally created by faulting during the formation of Tharsis. The canyons have been further worn down by water and wind erosion. Finally, slumping has helped widen the canyon so that the bottom is visible from space

© DETLEV VAN RAVENSWAAY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

NA, USA, Washington, Mount Stewart Range Ingalls Lake, with Stuart Pass, Goat Pass Featured 8 Mar 2004 Print

NA, USA, Washington, Mount Stewart Range Ingalls Lake, with Stuart Pass, Goat Pass

NA, USA, Washington, Mount Stuart Range, Ingalls Lake, with Stuart Pass, Goat Pass and Jack Ridge; fall

© Jamie & Judy Wild / Danita Delimont, Agent

Autumn, Danita Delimont, Environment, Goat Pass, Heather Meadows Recreation Are, Ingalls Lake, Jack Ridge, Lake, Landscape, Mount Stuart Range, Mountain, Mountain Range, Nature, North America, Rf, Scenic, Season, Snow, Stuart Pass, Usa, Washington, Washington State, Winter

Gusev crater and river, Mars Featured 8 Mar 2004 Print

Gusev crater and river, Mars

Gusev crater, Mars. Artwork of the Gusev crater (mid-centre), the Apollinaris Patera volcano (upper left) and river Ma'adim Vallis (lower centre). Gusev has a diameter of 90 kilometres and is thought to have been formed three to four billion years ago by an asteroid impact. Scientists believe that water formed a river that drained into the crater. On January 3 2004, NASA's Mars rover Spirit landed in the crater. The rover has been able to grind away the surface cover on rocks found in the crater and analyse the minerals inside. In March 2004, Spirit found evidence of minerals crystallised out of water within a rock found in Gusev

© DETLEV VAN RAVENSWAAY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY