Through the Ad Astra Academy Brazil, three images of the martian surface were acquired in partnership with the HiRISE camera team, revealing several never-before-seen features.
Near Kasei Valles, a network of likely fluvial features was detected. A detail is shown below, and the full image page can be found here.
At the far northern latitudes, the students imaged ice layers, which preserve critical information about Mars' past. Full image page here.
A mid-latitude potential rampart crater was observed, suggesting the presence of ice beneath the surface during a past impact. Full image page here.