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This is how Mars would look if it still had water.

Beautiful Pipedream of the Day: Terraformed Mars Check out Kevin Gill’s concept art of what the Red Planet might look like if it could be terraformed with Earth-like oceans and life. The image shown.

DEM of Mars rendered with jDem846. Using the MRO MOLA 128 pix/deg elevation dataset overlayed with satellite imagery from the Celestia Motherlode. Elevations are exaggerated to enhance the visibility of terrain features. / by Kevin Gill

Original text: DEM of Mars rendered with Using the MRO MOLA 128 pix/deg elevation dataset overlayed with satellite imagery from the Celestia Motherlode. Elevations are exaggerated to enhance the visibility of terrain features. / by Kevin Gill

If you put all Earth's water In one place, it'd look like this  (bubble is 860 miles high.)

If you put all Earth's water In one place, it'd look like this

All Of Earth's Water In A Single Sphere This picture shows the size of a sphere that would contain all of Earth's water in comparison to the size of the Earth. The diameter would be roughly the distance from Salt Lake City, Utah to Topeka, Kansas.

Марс — четвертая планета от Солнца (соседняя с нашей Землей). Размеры ее  невелики и в солнечной системе она занимает лишь 7-е место. Самые интересные факты о Марсе

Mars rendering of elements from our universe by Kees Veenenbos. (While they're not photos, I still felt they belonged on this board.

It is not new, but still beautiful. A dramatic view of Phobos and its Stickney crater acquired by HiRES in March 2008.

A dramatic view of Phobos (one of Mars' moons) and its Stickney crater acquired by HiRES in Joy Richard Preuss Horoscope Gl.Stationsvej Randers sv Denmark Scandinavian Europe USA Today Danmark Denmark USA The Republic of Joy Richard Preuss

Imagina lo que costaría vivir en Marte..!  #Infografía

The-Cost-of-Living-on-Mars. Cost of space travel, shelter, food & water, communication

They come, then they go. Every Martian spring, they appear out of nowhere, showing up — 70 percent of the time — where they were the year before. They pop up suddenly, sometimes overnight. When winter comes, they vanish.

Are Those Spidery Black Things On Mars Dangerous? (Maybe)

Martian plain from 200 miles up.Are Those Spidery Black Things On Mars Dangerous? (Maybe) via NPR

Mars, as photographed with the Mars Global Surveyor, is identified with the Roman god of war. Credit: NASA

Twelve orbits a day provide NASA's Mars Global Surveyor MOC wide angle cameras a global 'snapshot' of weather patterns across the planet. Here, bluish-white water ice clouds hang above the Tharsis volcanoes.

How we will live on Mars.

Here's how the first humans will live on Mars — and why traveling the 140 million miles to get there will be the easy part

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