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Gorgeous video takes you on a trip above Mars

At the moment, NASA and other space agencies are operating satellites in orbit around Mars. The spacecraft are continuing to beam amazing images of the red planet's surface back to Earth, and some of the probes have even solved Martian mysteries in the process.  But what would it look like if you were up in space, flying above Mars yourself?  A beautiful new video making use of a high-resolution camera orbiting Mars aboard a NASA spacecraft shows you just that.
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