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There’s One Cloud on Mars That’s Over 1800 km Long

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There’s One Cloud on Mars That’s Over 1800 km Long

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    There’s One Cloud on Mars That’s Over 1800 km Long
    by Evan Gough

    Mars’ massive cloud is back. Every year during Mars’ summer solstice, a cloud of water ice forms on the leeward side of Arsia Mons, one of Mars’ largest extinct volcanoes. The cloud can grow to be up to 1800 km (1120 miles) long. It forms each morning, then disappears the same day, only to reappear …

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