New Mars images shows ‘fingernail’ gouging-like features on surface

Scratches and grooves on the Martian surface look like a huge ‘fingernail’ was gouging out regolith on the Red Planet, but there’s a volcanic origin to these features.

Specifically, scientists believe that these faults, dubbed Tantalus Fossae, were created by the volcano Alba Mons, which is located to the west of the terrain visible in the striking new views. The images are based on data gathered by the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Mars Express mission, which has been orbiting Mars since 2003.

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Photographer Shoots an Entire Wedding Using Only a Smartphone

Sat Apr 30 , 2022
Whilst smartphones can supply wonderful photographs in controlled environments, they are not regarded as to be as multipurpose as a devoted digital camera. Marriage Photographer Jason Vinson made the decision to see how a Sony Xperia Pro-I would fare in an environment the place he had small to no manage: […]
Photographer Shoots an Entire Wedding Using Only a Smartphone