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An engineering model for NASA's Mars Science Laboratory makes its way up a hill in the Mars Yard testing area at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
"Scarecrow" Descends Hill
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Scarecrow, a mobility-testing model for NASA's Mars Science Laboratory, easily traverses large rocks in the Mars Yard testing area at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
"Scarecrow" Climbs Rocks
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Seven Possible Cave Skylights on Mars
Seven Possible Cave Skylights on Mars
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Lava-Draped Channel System on Mars
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On the southwest edge of the immense volcanic region of Tharsis, lava from its giant volcanoes flowed down to meet the old cratered landscape of Terra Sirenum.
A Colorful Marriage of Old & Young
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In Search of Landing Sites on Mars
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The formation of the large outflow channels on Mars have been attributed to catastrophic discharges of ground water. Many of the channels start in areas where the ground has apparently collapsed: the surface is now well below the surrounding undisturbed ground. Within the collapsed region, blocks of undisturbed material can often be seen and this has led to such regions being called chaotic terrain.

In Aureum Chaos, the OMEGA experiment on Mars Express indicated the presence of phyllosilicates (clay minerals) which have been detected in a variety of bright outcrops and scarps. The subimage shows such an outcrop in a chaotic terrain region. At the highest resolution, layering can be seen. The image will be used to assess at what stage in Mars's history these clays minerals were formed and how.

The area referred to as Aureum Chaos is located at 334 degrees East, 4 degrees South on the West side of the Margaritifer Terra region of Mars.
Light-Toned Outcrop in Aureum Chaos
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Phoenix Mars Lander's Chemistry Lab in a Box
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Microscopes for NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander
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Phoenix Mars Lander's Chemistry Lab in a Box
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Chemistry Lab for Phoenix Mars Lander
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Microscopes for NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander
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Chemistry Lab for Phoenix Mars Lander
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Possible Landing Ellipses for Phoenix
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Possible Landing Ellipses for Phoenix
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Powered Landing of Phoenix
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Phoenix Twilight
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Context Image of Planned Landing Site
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Topographical Context of Phoenix Landing Region
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Far-Northern Destination for Phoenix Mars Lander
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Both Solar Arrays Open on Phoenix Mars Lander
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Terrain Type for Phoenix Landing
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Odyssey Views A Surface Changed by Floods
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The floor of this unnamed crater in Aonia Terra has been filled with multiple layers of material.
Layered Fill
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The dune field in this polar region crater looks like a stubby arrow pointing the way west. This unnamed crater is located in Planum Chronium.
Unnamed crater is located in Planum Chronium.
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