NASA photos reveal the icy landscapes that are on Mars during the winter
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Nasa is sharing what winter is like on Mars.
According to the space agency the photos captured Mars’s changing landscape due to winter.
The photo shows mega-dunes with carbon dioxide frost and ice on them.
The frost makes the dunes and other parts of Mars’s landscape look darker.
According to NASA, Mars also experiences cube-shaped snow that accompany sub-zero temperatures.
In some areas, the red planet can get as low as negative 190 degrees Fahrenheit during winter.