Mars looks like a delicious dessert into stunning spacecraft image


Red Planet Mars

The red environment looks good enough to eat on this Trace Gas Orbiter picture of a crater.  


Of the European Space Agency (ESA) has released a breathtaking new graphic of a two-and-a-half-mile-wide ice-covered crater on Mars affectionately nicknamed “Red Velvet. ”

The AQUELLA says the crater is partly filled with water ice more regular on the north-facing slopes towards the that region receives less selections of hours of sunlight all year round with the dark sections upon the crater edges likely which volcanic materials like basalt, giving it a sort of scorched checking appearance.

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