Martian Colors Provide Clues About Martian Water
March 19, 2003
NASA Hubble Space Telescope images of Mars taken in visible and infraredlight detail a rich geologic history and provide further evidence forwater-bearing minerals on the planet's surface. LEFT: This 'true-color' image of Mars shows the planet as it would look tohuman eyes. RIGHT: A false-color picture taken in infrared light reveals features thatcannot be seen in visible light.
Topics: Technology Internet, False-color, Mars, Hubble Space Telescope, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Geology of Mars, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter