Abstract :

This review examines the meta-data of high-resolution orbital imagery obtained by Mars during the last four decades. The aim of this study is to provide a starting point for planetary scientists interested in exploring the martian surface for modifications linked to natural phenomena. A framework for generating picture groupings relevant to prioritising regions for shift detection is adopted and used for analysis. The season, the Martian Year, and the local period that an image was captured, as well as the imaging device and its resolution, are the criteria that determine each grouping. The present work indicates that there is enough coverage to regularly analyze periodic martian phenomena in images depicting the same region during the same season, as well as intermittent martian phenomena in images depicting the same area in various time periods. While with this treatment of the human visual system is short, it offers a simple understanding of the eye's capabilities in perceiving pictorial details. To clean up the noise and other defects in the data, to improve subtle information not noticeable in batch-processed NASA photos were discussed. To magnify smaller features for study, the used fairly standard image processing techniques.