Winter is coming. Why is it that the words to describe the magical transformation of the red planet in the Martian winter. Yes, the seasons change, not only on Earth, so Mars looks different depending on summer or winter. Sharply declining temperature turns carbon dioxide from the atmosphere into dry ice that covers the Martian surface. And new images from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter show us how it is a beautiful sight.
Snow-covered Martian sand dunes, even being photographed from orbit are fascinating. In some places the dry ice begins to evaporate, exposing the surface of the planet and thus creating amazing patterns. We invite you to enjoy this incredible spectacle along with us. Agree – not every day you see this even in science fiction movies.