NASA’s Curiosity probe discovers strange colored clouds on the surface of Mars

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It may look like a postcard in Arizona, but this shot shows something even stranger: the planet Mars, seen by NASA’s Curiosity rover

The image is a combination of 21 single images that the rover took recently to study a strange type of soft cloud over her home in Gale Crater. Scientists realized two years ago on Earth that this type of cloud is forming earlier in the Martian year than they expected. So in this Martian year, Curiosity of Watched the first draw and it didn’t disappoint. The clouds have already appeared since late January, when a skywatcher robot began documenting fluffy, ice-rich clouds that dissipate sunlight in sometimes colorful displays.





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