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read the article 'NASA Orbiter Catches Mars Sand Dunes In Motion'
November 17, 2011
Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Images from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter show sand dunes and ripples moving across the surface of Mars at dozens of locations and shifting up to several yards.
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read the article 'NASA Study of Clays Suggests Watery Mars Underground'
November 2, 2011
Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

A new NASA study suggests if life ever existed on Mars, the longest lasting habitats were most likely below the Red Planet's surface.
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read the article 'NASA Spacecraft Data Suggest Water Flowing On Mars'
August 4, 2011
Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Observations from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have revealed possible flowing water during the warmest months on Mars.
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read the article 'NASA Announces News Briefing on Mars Orbiter Science Finding'
August 3, 2011
Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA will host a news briefing on Thursday, Aug. 4, at 11 a.m. PDT (2 p.m. EDT) about a significant new Mars science finding.
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read the article 'NASA Orbiter Reveals Big Changes in Mars' Atmosphere'
April 21, 2011
Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has discovered the total amount of atmosphere on Mars changes dramatically as the tilt of the planet's axis varies.
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read the article 'Prolific NASA Orbiter Reaches Five-Year Mark'
March 9, 2011
Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA's versatile Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which began orbiting Mars five years ago tomorrow, March 10, has radically expanded our knowledge of the Red Planet and is now working overtime.
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read the article 'Some Of Mars' Missing Carbon Dioxide May Be Buried'
March 8, 2011
Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Rocks on Mars dug from far underground by crater-blasting impacts are providing glimpses of one possible way Mars' atmosphere has become much less dense than it used to be.
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read the article 'Northern Mars Landscape Actively Changing'
February 3, 2011
Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Sand dunes in a vast area of northern Mars long thought to be frozen in time are changing with both sudden and gradual motions, according to research using images from a NASA orbiter.
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What does it take to get a spacecraft from Earth all the way to Mars? There are a few key things to consider, as explained in this 60-second video from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Mars in a Minute: How Do You Get to Mars?
What does it take to get a spacecraft from Earth all the way to Mars? There are a few key things to consider, as explained in this 60-second video from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
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At the center of this view of an area of mid-latitude northern Mars, a fresh crater about 6 meters (20 feet) in diameter holds an exposure of bright material, blue in this false-color image.
Exposed Ice in a Fresh Crater
At the center of this view of an area of mid-latitude northern Mars, a fresh crater about 6 meters (20 feet) in diameter holds an exposure of bright material, blue in this false-color image.
Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona




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