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NASA shares some amazing photos of Mars, blue ripples on a red planet | Oneindia News *news

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NASA shares some amazing photos of Mars, blue ripples on a red planet | Oneindia News *news

NASA shares some amazing photos of Mars, blue ripples on a red planet | Oneindia News *news

NASA shares some awesome photos of Mars.

Mars may be the Red Planet, but false-color images like this one can help us learn about its weather and geology.

Watch the video to know more.

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