NASA just posted a treasure trove of Mars images

ESP_046582_1880 1,035 in all – taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which has been doing its thing for a decade now. Every month, the JPL-managed spacecraft dutifully sends back images of the red planet, alongside a handful of fellow Mars-orbiting space crafts. As Popular Science points out, every 26 months or so, the MRO transmits a massive payload of shots from the planet’s surface,… Read More