Squooshed craters

A piece of Mars: Impact craters are typically round circles, so when you see one that isn’t, it’s usually because something has changed its shape into something less perfectly round. These craters are squooshed on the lower right side, as ripples migrating towards the upper left invaded their southeastern (lower right) rims. (HiRISE ESP_028367_2085)

Distances to Mt. Sharp

A piece of Gale crater, Mars: Last week NASA released an image from Curiosity showing various distances on the path to Mt. Sharp. I decided to go and see if I could find where they are in spacecraft images. On the right is a CTX image showing the area, with what I think are the