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A piece of Mars: Yes, I post a lot of pictures of martian dunes with striped patterns. They're all distinct and beautiful. So here's another one, 480x270 m (0.3x0.17 mi) in size. These beasts moved from right to left across the scene, some of them leaving behind some stripey deposits in their wake. (HiRISE ESP_039581_1520, NASA/JPL/Univ. of Arizona)

A piece of Mars: Yes, I post a lot of pictures of martian dunes with striped patterns. They're all distinct and beautiful. So here's another one, 480x270 m (0.3x0.17 mi) in size. These beasts moved from right to left across the scene, some of them leaving behind some stripey deposits in their wake. (HiRISE ESP_039581_1520, NASA/JPL/Univ. of Arizona)

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If planets were as close as our moon

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NASA/JPL/University of Arizona MARS North Polar Scarp in Abalos Undae with Basal Exposure and Dunes

NASA/JPL/University of Arizona MARS North Polar Scarp in Abalos Undae with Basal Exposure and Dunes

A piece of Mars: Dunes often cannibalize each other, with new dunes forming from…

A piece of Mars: Dunes often cannibalize each other, with new dunes forming from…

NASA discovers evidence of “liquid briny water” Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter

NASA discovers evidence of “liquid briny water” Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter

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We can’t even with this Mars porn. Seriously, Mars, where have you been all my life. Seriously.

We can’t even with this Mars porn. Seriously, Mars, where have you been all my life. Seriously.

A piece of Mars: Wind ha blown the dark, rippled sand between jagged hills, from top to bottom in this frame (663 m or 2175 ft across). Regardless of the terrain, sand finds a way to get through -- just like at the beach, it manages to get everywhere. (HiRISE ESP_037494_1685, NASA/JPL/Univ. of Arizona)

A piece of Mars: Wind ha blown the dark, rippled sand between jagged hills, from top to bottom in this frame (663 m or 2175 ft across). Regardless of the terrain, sand finds a way to get through -- just like at the beach, it manages to get everywhere. (HiRISE ESP_037494_1685, NASA/JPL/Univ. of Arizona)

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