Martian Spring Thaw

New NASA photos reveal surprising avalanches at Martian north pole

Scientists used to think that the huge sea of sand dunes at the Martian north pole—a sea the size of Texas—was fairly unchanging. But new NASA photos reveal avalanches caused by the Martian spring thaw. Photos taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter of the basalt sand dunes near the north

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