That's an image of Mars from Hubble. Notice the snow. Mars apparently has a permanent carbon dioxide cap on the south pole. Whatever that looks like.
Of course I don't see much of a cap on this image from Hubble.
Yeah, apparently Mars has a massive crater on the northern pole, called Planum Boreum. You wouldn't know it from looking at some images.
Last I checked rock and sand couldn't create precipitation for snow.
I have this feeling EVERY Mars image on the Hubble website is 3D.
A giant telescope can't take one real image?