Massive 'Dust Towers' on Mars Look Like Supersized Versions of Earth's Thunderstorms


Massive dust towers on Mars that formed during global storms may be 'space elevators' that contributed to the loss of the planet's ancient water, according to NASA's description of new research. (Space.com) More More

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