Unexpected findings from Mars


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The uncertainty of science: MAVEN has discovered both an unexpected dust cloud high in Mars’ atmosphere along with an aurora very deep down in the atmosphere, much deeper than expected.

The dust cloud, at around 90 miles elevation, is especially mysterious, as they have no idea how it got there.

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