“Devil’s Fire Wheel”
Here’s a “just for fun” image shared with ExploreMars by Tracy Wilmot, an arts & crafts specialist in New Brunswick, Canada, who calls this interesting geographical formation the “Devil’s Fire Wheel”.
See It Up Close
The “Devil’s Fire Wheel” Google Earth (Mars) .kmz file can be downloaded at: http://exploremars.org/GoogleMars/DevilsFireWheel-ExploreMars.org.kmz . It’s best if viewed from an “eye altitude” of about 75 miles (120km), depending on your settings, with an east heading as in this picture.
Google Earth, a free application, which also has the ability to navigate Mars, is available at http://google.com/earth