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Jun 11

Springtime at Mars’ south pole

Source: ESA


South polar region of Mars. image credits: ESA/DLR/FU Berlin (G. Neukum).

ESA’s Mars Express celebrates eight years in space with a new view of ice in the southern polar region of Mars. The poles are closely linked to the planet’s climate and constantly change with the seasons. Their study is an important scientific objective of the mission. (read more)

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