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NASA has released images of the sand dunes of Mars

NASA has released images of the sand dunes of Mars

NASA has released images of sand dunes in the northern part of Mars. This photo taken in February shows some details about the formation of streets on the Red Planet, which look like they were formed due to the melting of ice in the changing seasons. NASA officials say some of the sand dunes appear to be separated from the main dunes. NASA’s Mars Orbiter has been photographing different parts of history since 2006. These images are sent to Earth and new discoveries are made about the ancient world.

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