NASA has presented the brightest photographs taken from the orbit of Mars

For many years, NASA has been conductingexploration of Mars using various spacecraft. To mark the 15th anniversary of the Mars Reconnaise Orbiter, NASA has released a selection of images it has taken, providing an unusual, stunning view of the Red Planet and its environment.

Photos were taken with three camerashoused on a spacecraft, including a fisheye camera called the Mars Color Imager, a Landscape Camera, and the most famous device, the High-Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE)
The HiRISE camera is not only capable of capturing high-resolution color photographs, but also has a zoom function that allows you to focus on specific events and locations.

As a result, NASA was able to share withhumanity with amazing images of the distant world, including photographs of Martian dust storms, avalanches, craters and even the agency's rovers traveling across the surface of Mars. All presented photos are open for download and further research and acquaintance with the nature of the Red Planet.