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English: North Polar region of Mars, composed of Viking-1 Orbiter images.
Ελληνικά: Η βόρεια πολική περιοχή του πλανήτη Άρη. Σύνθετη εικόνα φτιαγμένη από φωτογραφίες που πήρε η διαστημοσυσκευή Viking-1, σε τροχιά γύρω από τον Άρη. Διακρίνεται εύκολα το κάλυμμα πάγου του Βόρειου Πόλου. Η εικόνα καλύπτει πλάτος 65-90° και μήκος -180 έως 180°

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Mars digital-image mosaic merged with colour of the MC-1 quadrangle, Mare Boreum region of Mars. The central part is covered by a residual ice cap that is cut by spiral-patterned troughs exposing layered terrain. The cap is surrounded by broad flat plains and large dune fields. Latitude range 65 to 90, longitude range -180 to 180.
Date 4 June 1998
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