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Comet Siding Spring Coma Observation

CRISM acquired these images before the comet's closest approach to Mars when it came within roughly 88,000 miles of the planet and then again after it traversed roughly one third of the way across the Martian sky.

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Comet Siding Spring Coma Observation
10-24-2014
Comet Siding Spring Coma Observation
Carbonate minerals near Huygens crater
10-13-2014
Carbonate minerals near Huygens crater
From the Surface Up
09-26-2014
From the Surface Up
Extensional Features From the Horizon
09-12-2014
Extensional Features From the Horizon
Mesospheric Cloud Above the Argyre Basin
08-29-2014
Mesospheric Cloud Above the Argyre Basin
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