The impact revealed, according to HiRISE, the darker material under the planet's characteristic reddish dust camera site on which the image was published.
Veronica Bray, HiRISE team member and scientist at the University of Arizona, said the blue area may indicate "water ice".
The HiRISE picture of a new impact shows a blue area, it's sometimes water-ice, "Bray said in a statement to CNN.
But it could not be anything
Leslie Tamppari, MP The project scientist for the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter told CNN that the blue color could turn out to be nothing.
"I do not know we should read something into it," Tamppari said, "you stretch these pictures. It's all wrong color, not true color … (because) we did not cover every wavelength. "
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Scientists have found hundreds of craters
Scientists have found more than 500 impact craters on the planet, Tamppari said, by studying these craters, they can learn more about the craters Impact cratering process, small crater statistics, and frequency of impacts.
"We were surprised at how dynamic Mars is," Tamppari said. "We see active crater formation all the time."
The Mars Reconn Aissance Orbiter of the Space Agency took the picture on April 17. It was released to the public earlier this month. The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter left for the Red Planet in 2005 and has been investigating it since arriving in March 2006.