NASA, Mars Odyssey the launch of the spacecraft onto the planet 20th anniversary celebrated with a stunning photo. The photo of Kızıl Gezen showing the blue sand dunes composed of a combination of images captured by the vehicle between 2002 and 2004 was awe-inspiring.
The photo published by NASA showing the natural view of the dunes has also been on the agenda on social media.
‘Blue Dunes on the Red Planet’ are dazzling
The image published from the sand dunes at the north pole of Mars covers an area of 30 kilometers wide. NASA’s “Blue Dunes on the Red PlanetBlue and yellow colors draw attention in the photograph he named.
NASA made a statement for the interesting image. “In this false color image, areas with lower temperatures are recorded in bluer tones, while warmer features are shown in yellow and orange”.
In addition, the published visual, Mars Odyssey ‘in 2002‘the 2004It is stated to be a combination of the images he captured up to.
Mars Odyssey It was recorded as the longest operating Mars spacecraft in history.
Like Perseverance and Curiosity Mars its travelers are absolutely fascinating. But Mars Odyssey has been orbiting for years, doing the hard work of imaging, mapping, and investigating the red planet.
The orbit tool has helped scientists find water ice on the red planet, and recently offered an opportunity to take a closer look at Mars’ moons.
Odyssey is named after Arthur C. Clarke’s book “2001: A Space Odyssey.” Odyssey is described as an epic name suitable for a long-lived spacecraft.