New Explanation For Mars’ Recurring Streak Features

Credit: Mars: NASA
HOUSTON – A series of laboratory experiments under simulated Martian environmental conditions may help to explain seasonal changes in the appearance of the Red Planet’s intriguing Recurring Slope Linae (RSL). The darkened streaks on crater and canyon walls and other sloped surfaces observed by NASA...

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