Springtime On Mars - Hubble's Best View Of The Red Planet
An ancient meteorite discovered in
Antarctica may indicate that a primitive
form of microscopic life existed on Mars
some 4 billion years ago. Some are
calling it the "biggest discovery in the
history of science."(CNN)
This NASA Hubble Space Telescope view of the planet Mars is the
clearest picture ever taken from Earth, surpassed only by close-up
shots sent back by visiting space probes. The picture was taken on
February 25, 1995, when Mars was at a distance of approximately 65
million miles (103 million km) from Earth.
This picture was taken with Hubble's Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 in
PC mode. Exposures were taken through three different color filters to
create this true color image. The pictures were map-projected onto a
sphere for accurate registration and perspective.
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