Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Martian mystery plume puzzles scientists

Astronomers are scratching their heads over mysterious plumes that have been sighted in the atmosphere of Mars. First seen by amateur astronomers using Earthbound telescopes, the plumes are at an altitude much higher than that of any clouds yet seen on the Red Planet, and may not even be clouds... Continue Reading Martian mystery plume puzzles scientists

Section: Space

Tags: Atmosphere, ESA, Hubble, Mars, Northern Lights, Telescope

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