NASA Looks To Map Martian Ice Deposits With Global Partners

Cliffs in ancient ice on Mars.
Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—NASA will work with the space agencies of Italy, Canada and Japan to develop a plan for a possible Mars Ice Mapper mission to detect and assess the depth and dimensions of near-surface ice deposits. The initiative aims to advance science objectives including a search for evidence of past...

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