This image shows an extremely young lava flow in Elysium Panitia. The almost complete absence of impact craters indicates an age probably less than a few million years, a trifle in geological terms.

In addition, the exposed rock layers, visible in the full photo, are of particular interest as they provide additional information about the geologic history of Mars.

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