1. Fascicular cloud cover Mars from this picture, we can see that the fascicular tall cloud cover most regions of Mars, the picture is from optical, infrared spectroscopy and remote camera system (OSIRIS) orange (red ), Green and blue filter for the first true color picture.
2. Mars orange sky and the horizon is NASA’s “Phoenix” Mars landers observation of the red planet to the northern part of the orange sky and the horizon. The landers of the solar panels and take a shovel of soil samples manipulator also clearly visible.
3. Large-scale dust storms cover the surface of Mars in July 2001, large-scale dust storms cover the surface of Mars most of the region, this picture is from NASA’s “Mars Global observation,” the orbit of Mars for the shooting. To early July, the Martian atmosphere has been very confusing, photographed the planet’s high-definition images of the opportunity to become very limited.
5. Martian sunset if you are standing on Mars, you will see the sunset show the dark brown sky. This is true color picture of Mars by the United States “Pathfinder” in the first 24 Mars Day (June 22, 1996) shooting. The sun near the light blue sky show.
6. Martian water ice cloud this picture is displayed on the Martian water ice clouds over. July 6, 2005 “Mars Global observers (MGS)” orbital camera (MOC) to take the red-green display on the image of this independent water ice cloud, it extends the Martian surface more than 30 kilometers (more than 18 miles). Such clouds often appear in late spring Eerxiya volcano southwest region.
7. Martian surface dust storms raging dust storms this is the one overlooking the map. It is an investigation by NASA’s Mars orbiter (MRO) on the Hi-RISE camera shooting to the surface of Mars in the raging dust storms picture. Recurrent dust storms in the afternoon, because the sun need to have sufficient time to the Martian surface heating.
9. Martian sky on the horizon of this picture is displayed on the horizon in a sky map of Mars, the picture is one known as the “McMurdo” panorama part. The red planet’s surface traces of the “courage” in the region after earlier when the left wheels rolling marks.
10. Martian crater on the cloud of this “Endurance crater (Endurance Crater)” at the top edge of the cloud images from NASA’s Mars Rover “Opportunity” of the shooting. Cloud tablets (in the ice on Mars is) spread from the original places where they have been extended to a long, a typical screen.
11. Martian dust storms this picture shows that the Arctic is the early spring season Martian dust storms in the Arctic. This time the Arctic Mars dust storms often appear weather. When the Arctic ice started to thaw, the frozen cream of the area and the recent thaw different Martian surface temperature have led to Cyclones.
12. Clouds rapidly through the sky as a picture from NASA’s Mars Rover “Opportunity” to take photographs of the map. Is not above the clouds formed by carbon dioxide, is formed by water ice, they can quickly and crossed the sky.
13. Phoenix paratroop landing on Mars can be seen from the picture, compared to Mars air thick enough to charge a parachute. May 25, 2008, “Mars orbiter investigation” were carrying high-resolution HiRISE camera, shooting to its sister probe from NASA’s “Phoenix”, landers with a parachute drop of this dramatic The picture.
14. Martian dust storms of the season on cloud this picture shows the craters on the clouds – the southern hemisphere of Mars dust storm season is still continuing. This Hellas Basin (Hellas Basin) southeast of an unknown picture of the crater, shows a dust storm in this region to the spread of the process. 2001, “The Odyssey” Mars probe had taken a picture.
15. Mars in the blue evening sky on May 19, 2005, with the sun to land on Mars, “Gusev” behind the edge of craters, NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover “Spirit” to capture this Were shocked by the picture. This panoramic camera images from “Spirit” in section 489 of Mars on the evening about 6:00 7 shooting.
16. Martian satellite Phobos Mars in the sky higher, we see it one of a satellite. Mars orbiter random survey carried by high-resolution HiRISE camera, in the March 23, 2008 from a distance of 6,800 kilometers above the Martian shooting attention to this satellite of Mars – Phobos image.
17. Looking back on Earth from Mars from Mars, the planet in the red sky higher, the earth and the moon hanging in the air. October 3, 2007, the Mars orbiter random survey carried by high-resolution HiRISE camera on Mars in the operation, the 142 million kilometers from Mars took place this picture.