Camera NASA has made the “heart” of Mars

Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

The HiRISE camera installed on NASA spacecraft photographed the rock of Mars, which the space Agency called the “heart” of the planet

NASA HiRISE camera took the picture of the surface of Mars, where you can see the rock of the planet. This is stated in the message on the NASA website.

NASA noted that a large part of the surface of Mars is covered by fine-grained rocks, which obscure the bedrock exposed on the planet.

“Colorful bedrock layers. Or, as we call it, “the eloquent heart of Mars”, — stated in the message of the official Twitter account HiRISE.

The photograph was taken by the HiRISE camera (High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment), which is operated by the University of Arizona Lunar and planetary laboratory. HiRISE takes images of Mars from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbite since 2006.

Previously, NASA has said that it has discovered three exoplanets that are potentially habitable. They are in a planetary system 40 light years from Earth the star TRAPPIST-1

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