NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter beamed pictures back to Earth last month showing an image that looks a lot like the waterfalls in the Cataract City.
But here's the difference: Instead of water, it's a flow of molten lava.
NASA named the image the "Niagara Falls of Mars."
The three-dimensional image taken from the orbiter's camera shows the rim of a crater about 18 miles in diameter on the Red Planet.
"The image shows that a lava flow coming from the north-northeast surrounded the crater rim, and rose to such levels that it breached the crater rim at four locations to produce spectacular multi-level lava falls," NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology reported. "These lava 'falls' cascaded down the wall and terraces of the crater to produce a quasi-circular flow deposit."