HiRISE: High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment http://uahirise.org Image updates from the HiRISE camera onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (NASA) en-us editor@uahirise.org (Ari) Wed, 22 Apr 2015 10:00:00 MST Slope Monitoring in Aram Chaoshttp://uahirise.org/ESP_039655_1835Images such as this one allow us to test whether these streaks grow seasonally and recur annually.Embayment in Tectonized Fluvial Terrainhttp://uahirise.org/ESP_039658_1425This observation will help scientists unravel the timing for the emplacement of the younger material and the numerous tectonic faults here.Sinuous Ridge on the Orson Welles Bajadahttp://uahirise.org/ESP_039867_1805The sinuosity of the ridges tells us something about the speed of the water flow: fast moving flows tend to be straighter than slow-moving. Layering in Spallanzani Craterhttp://uahirise.org/ESP_040258_1215Seeing layering is always exciting to geologists because it implies that the region has experienced multiple climatic conditions or geologic processes through time. Latest View of Curiosity Rover in Gale Craterhttp://uahirise.org/ESP_040770_1755We periodically image the Curiosity rover and its surroundings, monitoring for changes such as from active dunes.