Study offers evidence that Mars once had snow

07/25/2013 | National Geographic News

Using sophisticated computer models to simulate wind and precipitation patterns around four mountains on Mars, researchers say they have found strong evidence that snow or rain carved the valleys on the red planet. "We found that crater rims and other topographic highs strongly enhanced precipitation on ancient Mars," said Kat Scanlon, a Brown University graduate student who led the study.

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