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Mars : a geologically active planet.

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Journal publication date08/2003
JournalAstronomy and Geophysics
Journal number4
Volume44
Number of pages5
Pages16-20
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Recent and continuing missions to Mars are showing that the Red Planet may be more geologically active than previously thought. Volcanoes and erosion by running water have shaped the surface. And evidence is growing that fluvial and possibly volcanic processes have been active in the very recent past.