Places in the US that look like alien planets
Goblin Valley State Park, UT: There may not be goblins in this valley, but the whole park looks so different from most parts of the planet.
Goblin Valley State Park, UT: At night, it's a good place to gaze at the stars and pretend you’re somewhere else in the galaxy.
Goblin Valley State Park, UT: Rock formations big and small are everywhere.
Fly Geyser, NV: Located near Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, this crazy-looking thing was formed when a geothermic company drilled on this site.
Fly Geyser, NV: Over the past 40 years, minerals from the geothermal water have been depositing on the surface of the desert surrounding the geyser.
Fly Geyser, NV: A combination of man-made mistakes and nature taking charge of a situation, Fly Geyser has a uniquely alien appearance.
Kilauea Volcano, HI: Volcanoes don’t just exist on Earth. In fact, Jupiter’s moon Io is actually the most volcanically active location in our solar system.
Kilauea Volcano, HI: NASA researchers found that Io’s volcano Prometheus looks uncannily similar to Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano.
Kilauea Volcano, HI: Both Prometheus and Kilauea have lengthy eruptions and flows that move through lava tubes, producing plumes when they come in contact with cooler temperatures.
Antelope Canyon, AZ: This slot canyon exists on Navajo land in Arizona, not on a planet other than Earth.