Week of 20 February 2017 

A New Crater on a Dusty Slope
A New Crater on a Dusty Slope
This new crater is on a dusty slope, which also has several dark slope streaks due to dust avalanches.
Obstacles and Wakes in Lava
Obstacles and Wakes in Lava
The ancient lava flow in this image was able to make it past some hills, but the rubble crust was caught and piled up, forming thick masses of debris.
Layered Mantling Deposits in the Northern Mid-Latitudes
Layered Mantling Deposits in the Northern Mid-Latitudes
Deposits have accumulated in cycles during periods of axial tilt, as geologically recent as several million years ago.
Colorful Bedrock Layers
Colorful Bedrock Layers
Much of Mars' surface is covered by fine-grained materials that hide the bedrock, but elsewhere, such as in this scene, that bedrock is well exposed.
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