Mars has one more common thing like Earth, they have spiders. This is what might be the case. The area is the a portion of Martian southern polar ice cap, and at the time of spring, a carbon-dioxide in a frozen form sublimates from a solid to gaseous form and captured under the surface, making these black spiders-like characteristics, which is technically referred as “Araneiform terrion,” by NASA.
The photo which is shared this week give us a lot more about our solar system and a lot more than that to be said. Initially we were hanging around Mars, as Mars has a lot more bizarre place to explore.
Scientists running the space devices and communication satellite referred as Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter gather the pictures of a pre-historic lakebed on the Martian land, in the area called Eridania Basin. After doing the survey of the Martian terrain, no matter if it is rocks, clays that have become smoothed by the slow and gradual rapids, or the ice deposits at the poles, and we have already seen the proofs in the past that Mars has lot of water in various forms like streams, rivers and lakes. Though, the basin has no water bodies in the form of liquid, the remaining clay storage evidence earlier in the life.
After that we move towards the southern part of the Martian pole to have a look at some carbon-dioxide at the time of spring months. Red planet was not appearing like a place to live, but it usually has some season, and we can observe interesting things.
At the time of spring season, the carbon-dioxide in frozen form formed under the ice cap turns into gaseous state from its solid form, and the characteristics of formation above top view appear like spiders. The future visitors to the red planet take a look and confirm that they are not huge alien spiders.