New Mars Images Show Polar Cap and Dust Storm

New pictures of Mars’ south polar cap and a global view of a dust storm occurring there were released Friday by the imaging team for NASA’s Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft. Marking the four-year anniversary of its arrival at Mars, Global Surveyor’s camera took a wide-angle view of the Martian south polar region on Sept. 12, 2001. Several dramatic dust storms that began a few months ago also are seen in a color image. One is located near the Martian equator, and the other is shown northwest of the Ascraeus Mons volcano.

Buy Shrooms Online Best Magic Mushroom Gummies
Best Amanita Muscaria Gummies