Princeton University researcher helps prove how a mound was formed in a crater on Mars

Researchers expecting to find evidence of a large body of water in a crater on Mars may have to search harder for proof of an Earth-like climate on the planet. A 3.5-mile high mound of sediment previously thought to have been the remains of a massive lake was actually formed by wind gusts…

 

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