外汇开户的流程Mars landscape looks like bacteria in this bizarre NASA shotMars landscape looks like bacteria in this bizarre NASA shot This is an image of Mars, but lets pretend for a moment we dont know that and instead look at it like a weird form of Rorschach test. Maybe it looks like bacteria or amoebas under a microscope. Maybe it looks like bizarre sea creatures on the ocean floor.The image actually shows a close-up look at a trough-like formation in the Mars landscape with channels draining into a surrounding depression in the ground. NASA shared the shot from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on Tuesday as a way to highlight the importance of the orbiters CTX Context Camera in studying the Red Planet. The MROs HiRISEcamera takes spectacular high-resolution images of the planets surface, while the lower-resolution CTX provides a bigger-picture view.When NASA scientists see an image like this, they can then turn to the CTX camera to put it in perspective with the surrounding landscape and geologic formations. The bigger view of the bacteria-like image shows an impact crater with a peak in the center and the trough located a bit above it.NASA says the odd-looking grooved areas look like regions that once experienced glacial flows.Even though we have a good look at these strange formations, theres still an element of mystery here. "These depressions with concentric troughs exist elsewhere on Mars,"the space agency says, "and their origins remain a matter of debate."