HiPOD (26 April 2018): Slopin’ Around
We’ve imaged recurring slope lineae in this area, but with a twist: the RSL here are east- and northeast-facing, which makes them more unique as there actually aren’t that many east-facing RSL anywhere on the planet. Plus, the bedrock is also delightful to view.
NASA/JPL/University of Arizona (264 km above the surface. Black and white is less than 5 km across and enhanced color is less than 1 km.)