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The Ancient Glaciers of Mars --Is the Red Planet Between Ice Ages?

"Mars is not a dead planet -it undergoes climate changes that are even more pronounced than on Earth," according to James Head, planetary geologist, Brown University. The image above was taken on 6 June 2012 by ESA’s Mars Express --combined...
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