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Picture credit: Mars image from NASA/Phoenix, the snowman from Mykl Roventine’s Flickr set (CC license), and the Marvin found randomly on the web with no pedigree. I made the composite, without an Earth-shattering kaboom.


http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badastronomy/2008/09/29/snow-place-like-mars/

CTV.ca
Martian snow 'pretty cool'
TheChronicleHerald.ca, Canada - 4 hours ago
By CHRIS LAMBIE Staff Reporter A scientist who spent 13 years studying at Dalhousie University is part of a team that has found snow on Mars. ...
Signs of snow on Mars Christian Science Monitor
Canadian instrument detects snow on Mars Canada.com
Let it snow -- on Mars: NASA AFP
Register - Toronto Star
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ABC News
Space news: Snow on Mars, Hubble hiccup
TG Daily - Sep 29, 2008
By Wolfgang Gruener Washington, DC – NASA today said that is Phoenix Mars Lander has detected snow falling from Martian clouds and found more details about ...
Shuttle trip to Hubble telescope postponed until at least February Houston Chronicle
Space repair delay after Hubble telescope breakdown puts future in ... Times Online
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Space.com
Wind and Snow Do Strange Things on Mars
Space.com - Sep 29, 2008
In that way, during the summer and spring seasons, some of the surface snow would remain on one side of the pole. But now new details about the Martian ...

The Associated Press
Mars lander finds minerals suggesting past water
The Associated Press - Sep 30, 2008
LOS ANGELES (AP) — NASA's Phoenix spacecraft has discovered evidence of past water at its Martian landing site and spotted falling snow for the first time, ...
Phoenix spacecraft finds water evidence on Mars
Radio Australia, Australia - 10 hours ago
The US space agency NASA says its Phoenix spacecraft has discovered evidence of past water on Mars and also spotted falling snow for the first time. ...
Signs of underground plumbing seen on Mars
Tehran Times, Iran - 20 hours ago
... and seem to have played the same role on Mars. Other research has examined how surface water from rain or snow shaped the planet surface, but many agree ...

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