Mars’ spaceship “Angel Picture” near the South Pole before Christmas

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Santa is ready Christmas on earth At the north pole of the earth, angels come to the holiday spirit South pole of mars. A week before Christmas, a spaceship found an “angel figure” and a large heart at the South Pole on Tuesday.

This week the high-resolution stereo camera Mars Express of the European Space Agency captured the “finite wings of an angel figure with a halo” and thus a large heart. The two festive hues appear in bright red and are in complete contrast to the light brown of the Mars sand around them.

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This image provides a perspective view of a pair of festive images – an angel (left) and a heart (right) from ESA’s Mars Express near the south pole of Mars. It contains data collected by ESA’s Mars Express on November 8, 2020.

Björn Schreiner 2020 @ FU Berlin

As stated in Space Company, the dark color is caused by a mixture of sand dunes, which are minerals found on Earth such as pyroxene and olives.

The South Pole, enjoying the summer right now, is just outside the frame to the right of the exterior view. In the winter of Tuesday, the region will be covered in ice a mile thick and 250 miles wide – but for now, the glaciers are at their lowest annual levels.

The angel’s hand appears to be reaching to the left, a large subterranean crater – the indentation on the planet’s surface that forms during the summer months when it turns into ice gas.

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This image provides a perspective view of the heart-shaped shadow discovered by ESA’s Mars Express near the South Pole of Mars.

Björn Schreiner 2020 @ FU Berlin

The angel’s head and halo appear to have formed when a celestial body entered the planet, revealing surface layers that provide a glimpse into the long history of Mars. The heart is the result of a series of rocks created by erosion.

To the left of the picture in the beautiful landscape you can also see Martian dust demons. Dust demons that are common on the Red Planet are formed by strong winds that blow dust from the surface.

Mars’ South Pole has drawn attention in recent months when scientists discovered it Three new underground lakes – Possibility of much more – Indicates the existence of microbial life.