European Space Agency ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (ESA), launched in 2016, added some wonderful images on Martian's surface
The orbiter is equipped to build images of the Martian surface in glorious 3D. 19659003]
The picture above may have some look at it, but it is a handsome fictional image of the trails of hundreds or even thousands of dust disposal – small Martian tornadoes – in the Terra Sabaea region of Mars.
The image below shows the Crater Columbus on Mars's southern hemisphere – NASA discovered that minerals are hydrated in sulfate particles.
Another great shot: InSight's laser pic of NASA turning on Martian surface earlier this month. This is the first time a picture of InSight has been built by a European orbiter ̵
can view InSight heat coating, which has a landing defenses there also as small dots.
Martian Dust Devils
A stereoscopic image shows more dust strips, in blue, on a huge crater edge.
The following images show the Burroughs crater edge about 120 miles northwest of Polar ice cap to the north. Some of the most northerly dunes are thought to consist entirely of "almost pure water ice."