NASA’s Maven Measures Mars Atmosphere Loss

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—Scientists assigned to NASA’s Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution, or MAVEN, spacecraft have quantified the red planet’s loss of atmosphere to the forces of the solar wind and radiation, processes credited with driving the planet’s transition from warm, wet and capable of supporting...

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