Braided Channel
HiRISE PICTURE OF THE DAY: 4 APRIL 2020

A Braided Channel

The objective of this observation is to investigate the morphology of the observed braided channel in order to better understand the history of liquid water on the Martian surface.



A Giant Gully in Kaiser Crater Dunes
HiRISE has been monitoring this dune field since 2008, and it changes every year from gully erosion in the winter and blowing sand in the summer.

Boundary Condition Controls on the High-Sand-Flux Regions of Mars
It is often unclear where and why sediment is mobile on today’s Mars. A new paper takes a deeper look.

Beautiful Mars, Beautiful Book
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