ESA ExoMars Orbiter created some stunning 3D images, revealing Mars dust devils. The orbiter also cut the surface of the planet in high vows, and even drew NASA’s InSight picture.
The classic structure on Mars you can see in the picture above is not stuff that is associated with aliens. In fact, we depict Mars dust devils. The Mars wch dust dust demons are very small, but often Martian tornados, and thousands of them are in the ExoMars pic captured from the Red Planet Terra Sabaea region.
In more detail, dust devils are powerful and long-lived spins ranging from a few meters high to more than ten meters. These tiny hurricanes are not usually harmful, and they are also common to Earth and other planets, apart from Mars. What makes them unique to Mars is their frequency, as Mars’s devil’s demons occur very often.
3D images collected by ExoMars ESA revealed the Mars dust devils and more
The pic you can admire at the beginning of this article is lovely. It shows Mars dust devils in the Terra Sabaea region of the planet. However, the snap below is stunning. It shows Martian dust devils in blue, on the edge of a crater, and as stated, it is a 3D image. Accordingly, it looks amazing when viewed through basic 3D glasses.
But that’s not all! ExoMars has also captured the area where NASA InSight works right as we talk. Below you can see the image of the region in which InSight maintains its mission. In the pic, you can also see a heat shield, a backdrop, and a NASA parachutes that look like small, black dots.
Next, you can also look at the other two images that have been broken by ExoMars and share them by ESA. The first one depicts the Crater Columbus on Mars where NASA identified hydrated minerals in sulphate particles, while the second presents the edge of the Burroughs close to the northern pole of the planet.