Curiosity's view of Mount Sharp, taken with the MastCam on Sept. 9th, 2015. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
11-year-old Mars rover snaps spectacular photo
11-year-old Mars rover snaps spectacular photo - CSMonitor.com
mars's ground ~ at times it even snows, martian snowflakes are made of carbon dioxide rather than water & thought to be about the size of red blood cells, atmosphere is too thin to easily support life as we know it + is too cold for liquid water to exist for any length of time, dust that covers the surface is fine like talcum powder, beneath that layer of dust, the martian crust consists mostly of volcanic basalt rock, the centre likely has a solid core composed of iron, nickel, sulfur.
Life may have started on Mars before arriving on Earth, a major scientific conference has heard. New research supports an idea that the Red Planet was a better place to kick-start biology billions of years ago than the early Earth was. The evidence is based on how the first molecules necessary for life were assembled.
The Clearest Images Of Another Planet You've Ever Seen
Une photo bien claire de la surface de Mars, prise par Rover Curiosity