Major features are pointed out in this Hubble image of Mars.
Photo: NASA / J. Bell (Cornell U.) / M. Wolff (SSI); Illustration: L. Frattare (STScI)
Mars was 34,647,420 miles (55,757,930 kilometers) from Earth when it captured the images that compose this view of the Red Planet. The composite image shows the huge volcano Olympus Mons in the upper left and three other large volcanoes to its lower right. The canyon system of Valles Marineris scars the right edge of the martian disk. To the left of Valles Marineris, the dark Solis Lacus (or the

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