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Planet Mars features rotating or spinning Mars with image of Odyssey Spacecraft hovering, collecting data, and taking pictures of Mars and sends it back to earth. As the more scientists learned about Mars the more yet to be learned about it and the most intriguing question is there water on Mars? It is designed for space fans and enthusiasts to display as animated desktop wallpapers that replaces traditional still, static, and boring desktop backgrounds and wallpapers.
Planet Mars also known as (The Red Planet) is the fourth planet from the sun. According to scientist, the red planet is home to both the highest mountain and the deepest, longest valley in the solar system Mars has the largest volcanoes in the solar system, including Olympus Mons, which is about 370 miles in diameter. It is a shield volcano, with slopes that rise gradually like those of Hawaiian volcanoes, and was created by eruptions of lavas that flowed for long distances before solidifying.
Scientists think the Valles Mariner is formed mostly by rifting of the crust as it got stretched. Individual canyons within the system are as much as 60 miles wide. Large channels emerging from the ends of some canyons and layered sediments within suggest the canyons might once have been filled with liquid water.
Many regions of Mars are flat, low-lying plains. The lowest of the northern plains are among the flattest, smoothest places in the solar system, potentially created by water that once flowed across the Martian surface. The northern hemisphere mostly lies at a lower elevation than the southern hemisphere. Scientist believes that the difference between the north and south might be due to a very large impact shortly after the birth of Mars.
The most infamous geographical feature is the Polar caps-similar to North Pole and South Pole on Earth because of vast deposits of what appear to be finely layered stacks of water ice and dust extend from the poles to latitudes of about 80 degrees in both hemispher