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2014-05-28 04:41:47

As part of the ongoing search for potentially habitable regions of Mars, geologists from Brown University have pinpointed a volcano that was once encased in glacial ice which could have created large lakes of liquid water.

Image 1 - Mars Express Helps Map History Of Martian Volcanic History
2012-04-27 04:03:23

Mars Express has helped to unveil volcanic history of the Red Planet, providing more insight as to what lies underneath our celestial neighbor.

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2010-06-17 14:30:37

They went looking for lava tubes on Mars — and found what may be a hole in the roof of a Martian cave.

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2008-12-16 09:20:00

CU-Boulder Study Provides Possible Explanation for Migration of Volcanic Activity on Mars

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2007-10-18 10:25:00

Is Mars dead, or is it only sleeping? The surface of Mars is completely hostile to life as we know it. But there is evidence that Mars once was a warm and wet world that could have supported life. Are the best times over, at least for life, on Mars?

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2006-01-20 06:34:29

The spectacular features visible today on the surface of the Red Planet indicate the past existence of Martian glaciers, but where did the ice come from?


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2004-10-19 04:45:41

Olympus Mons -- Olympus Mons is the tallest mountain in the solar system, at 25 km. Located on Mars, and officially called by its Latin name Olympus Mons. It is named for the mountain on Earth. Olympus Mons is an apparently extinct shield volcano, the result of highly fluid magma flowing out of volcanic vents over a long period of time, and is much wider than it is tall; the average slope of Olympus Mons' flanks is very gradual. The Hawaiian islands are an example of similar shield...

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Word of the Day
plim
  • To swell, as grain or wood with water.
The word 'plim' is probably a variant of the word 'plum'.
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