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PHOTOS: NASA explores winter wonderland on Mars

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NASA captured photos showing Mars landscape changing due to winter. One photo shows mega-dunes with carbon dioxide frost and ice on them. Mars also experiences cube-shaped snow that accompanies sub-zero temperatures. In some areas, the red planet can get as low as -190 degrees Fahrenheit during winter.
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PHOTOS: NASA explores winter wonderland on Mars

NASA photos reveal the icy landscapes that are on Mars during the winter.

3 months ago·Bluefield, United States
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PHOTOS: NASA explores winter wonderland on Mars

NASA photos reveal the icy landscapes that are on Mars during the winter.

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PHOTOS: NASA explores winter wonderland on Mars

NASA photos reveal the icy landscapes that are on Mars during the winter.

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PHOTOS: NASA explores winter wonderland on Mars

NASA photos reveal the icy landscapes that are on Mars during the winter.

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NASA explores a winter wonderland on Mars

Pasadena CA (JPL) Dec 27, 2022 When winter comes to Mars, the surface is transformed into a truly otherworldly holiday scene. Snow, ice, and frost accompany the season's sub-zero temperatures. Some of the coldest of these occur at the planet's poles, where it gets as low as minus 190 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 123 degrees Celsius). Cold as it is, don't expect snow drifts worthy of the Rocky Mountains. No region of Mars g

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