Sadly, David Bowie was wrong about spiders on Mars, despite this exciting new image of appearance showing large blue tarantula on Martian surface. Actually, the false color picture shows a series of paths that created a Martian dust devil. This photo is one of many captured by Orbiter Gas Trace ExoMars Europe, some of which were released today to give us pleasure
Orbiter Trace Gas (TGO) ExoMars came on Mars in October 2016, but did not come into a low-scratching planet orbit until February 2018, with scientific operations starting a few months later. This project is managed by the European Space Agency (ESA) and Roscosmos, whose main objective is to track trace gases as methane to help scientists better understand their potential – or post- t capacity – the Red Planet to sustain life.
But TGO came to Mars with an excellent camera called the Surface Imaging System (CaSSIS), which is used to explore Martian surface from orbit. CaSSIS is unique in that it can use camera with hi-res images, crystal-clear production in 3D, as well as normal 2D images. A good example of what TGO can do is a new set of pictures released today.
A fictitious image of Terra Sabaea region of Mars shows a series of features that are similar to a spider on the surface. It really has the trails left by dust devil, often weather phenomenon on Mars. This pattern was observed on top of a ridge, and “essentially the convergence of hundreds or even thousands of smaller durable tornadoes,” according to ESA. The image was shown in a composite color view to give out the surface features. His actual color said, the dark darkness would be dark, because dust dust reveals fresh material from the bottom of the surface.
NASA's InSight lander saw TGA laser, previously known as NASA's Reconnaissance Orbiter. This is the first photo captured with InSight at ExoMars, and is the first time a European probe saw a lander on Mars, according to ESA's press release. This schematic image was taken on 2 March, 2019 – at the same time as the probe was turning, although he was strong, into the surface of Martian (the excavator went on a clear rock, and NASA is trying to find out about it. what should be done— and the drawing method is not an option.
The image shows an area of just over 2 square kilometers, InSight is a small speck inside the dark flask, and the probe eaves added The last one of these is the place of the place.There is a heat window and a parachute of the spacecraft seen nearby.
It is interesting to have TGO and InSight co-operation.
“The TGO is being used to transfer data from InSight to the World, ”said Nicolas Thomas, the chief investigator of CaSSIS, in a press statement at the University of Bern. We have not had to wait for the landing site so far – we had to wait until the landing site went directly under the spacecraft to get this image. ”
the activity shown by an InSight semester is a sign that a meteorite went nearby. If this were the case, TGO left the crater influences associated with it.
Other images include a sandwiched mound edge in the Burroughs branch near a Martian south pole. There are dust and ice after layers are made in the skin over hundreds of millions of years, while the ice center in the skin is a little secret.
The above image shows a one kilometer crater across the Crater Columbus which is 100-kilometers wide, located in the southern hemisphere of Mars. The bright band across the bottom of the image is composed of various hydrated minerals, including sulfate salts.
The image above shows the upper surface of Hellas Basin, showing the geological diversity of the planet that is sometimes less red.  The floor in the Kibuye branch in the Terra Sirenum region of Mars.
Other images released today, available here, show new surface features, polar layer deposits, dunes, and landscapes with dynamic topics, which scientists will use to make Mars's geological history out. Some also have stereoscopic scenes, so break out for 3D glasses.
[University of Bern, ESA]