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The surface of Mars

2012-08-06 09:47:49 GMT2012-08-06 17:47:49(Beijing Time)  SINA.com

Mars Rover Opportunity catches its own late-afternoon shadow in a view eastward across Endeavour Crater on Mars. (Photo/NASA)

This image provided by NASA on Thursday, April 26, 2012 shows lava flows in the shape of coils located near the equatorial region of Mars. (Photo/NASA)

A Martian dust devil roughly 12 miles (20 kilometers) high was captured winding its way along the Amazonis Planitia region of northern Mars on March 14, 2012 by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. (Photo/NASA)

This image mosaic taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit's panoramic camera shows a new slice of martian real estate southwest of the rover's landing site.(Photo/NASA)

A view of Eberswalde crater containing a rare case of a martian delta, with well preserved channels which fed the lake in the crater, located in the southern highlands of Mars, seen in this handout photograph acquired by Mars Express at approximately 25S / 326E during orbit 7208 on August 15, 2009 and released September 2, 2011.(Photo/NASA)

Mars' Victoria Crater at Meridiani Planum is seen in this image taken by NASA's High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera in this picture released October 6, 2006. (Photo/NASA)

A handout of the European Space Agency ESA shows a visualisation of Mars, created from spacecraft imagery. (Photo/NASA)

This album shows stunning views and artistic conceptions of the 'Red Planet'.

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