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Dr Eric Simon

Mars : un nuage de glace récurrent formé par un volcan

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C'est un phénomène non répertorié jusque là que des astronomes européens ont découvert sur Mars : un nuage de glace d'eau qui apparaît tous les matins depuis un volcan nommé Arsia Mons. Ils publient leurs observations dans le Journal of Geophysical Research : Planets.



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