Mars 'rainbow' actually lens flare, NASA says

In a Tuesday tweet, インクルード NASA Perseverance Mars rover account wrote that the agency had seen comments online wondering about the bright arc captured in the April 4 photo from the rover’s onboard Rear Left Hazard Avoidance Camera.

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Many have asked: Is that a rainbow on Mars?” they said. “番号. Rainbows aren’t possible here.

Rainbows are created by light reflected off of round water droplets, but there isn’t enough water here to condense, and it’s too cold for liquid water in the atmosphere,” they continued. “This arc is a lens flare.

A lens flare is caused by a non-image-forming bright light that shines into the lens.

Rainbows form when sunlight passes through raindrops in the atmosphere.

しかしながら, while a rainbow may not be possible on Marsthin, dry and extremely cold atmosphere, The Hill noted Tuesday that in a 2015 Ask Me Anything a NASA team member hinted at the prospect oficebowsbecause snow has been observed at the red planet’s poles.

Mars Perseverance Sol 43: Rear Left Hazard Avoidance Camera (Hazcam) NASA's Mars Perseverance rover acquired this image of the area in back of it using its onboard Rear Left Hazard Avoidance Camera. This image was acquired on Apr. 4, 2021 (Sol 43) at the local mean solar time of 15:17:19. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Mars Perseverance Sol 43: Rear Left Hazard Avoidance Camera (Hazcam) NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover acquired this image of the area in back of it using its onboard Rear Left Hazard Avoidance Camera. This image was acquired on Apr. 4, 2021 (Sol 43) at the local mean solar time of 15:17:19. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

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