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CRISM True Color Image Mosaic of Nili Fossae

A false-color CRISM mosaic depicts is brightly colored because it shows wide diversity of mineralogy. The true-color mosaic represents what you would see with your own eyes from the viewpoint of CRISM in orbit around Mars.

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CRISM True Color Image Mosaic of Nili Fossae
06-20-2017
CRISM True Color Image Mosaic of Nili Fossae
Phyllosilicates exposed in the wall of Eos Chasma
05-08-2017
Phyllosilicates exposed in the wall of Eos Chasma
Felsic Materials in Nili Patera
05-01-2017
Felsic Materials in Nili Patera
Phyllosilicates exposed by Nirgal Vallis
04-24-2017
Phyllosilicates exposed by Nirgal Vallis
Circular Feature near Coprates Chasma
04-19-2017
Circular Feature near Coprates Chasma
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