Ten years ago this week, NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter began a very special mission: to provide regular high-definition views of the Red Planet. Since arriving, it's spotted a lot of neat stuff -- spacecraft descending under parachutes, rovers on the surface and even dust devils. These are just a handful of some of the best pictures.
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And by the way, if you have a neat location idea for MRO to photograph,
you can submit requests yourself at the HiWish page
-- a public program for people to tell the spacecraft's
High-Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE)
camera where to point.