Snowing on Mars

Canadian scientists have just announced that it’s snowing on Mars a couple of miles from the landing site of their weather instrument.

This means that one of the most basic conditions for life exists there. 

But the really important thing is that we can go sledding there.

http://www.canada.com/topics/technology/story.html?id=b39346d8-294b-4d26-b072-2e1711d479f8

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About Terry Sissons

Terry Sissons is the author of The Big Bang to Now: All of Time in Six Chunks, and this blog is a dialogue about the universe and what’s happened in the last 13 billions years.
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