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According to Rummel, the humidity of Mars is tied to temperature fluctuations. At night, relative humidity levels can rise to 80 to 100 percent, with the air sometimes reaching atmospheric saturation. The daytime air is far drier, due to warmer temperatures
originally posted by: ArMaP
originally posted by: RAY1990
Isn't that just the way the light is being reflected because that's another face on the rock?
That's what it looks like to me too.
originally posted by: Blue Shift
originally posted by: abeverage
I am not seeing anything in this image that looks like wetness...
I'm looking mostly at these spots. Darkening without the dark sand. Just wondering.
originally posted by: Darkblade71
it doesn't really look dark enough to be a shadow if comparing to other shadows in the picture, but that could just be the way the sun is there.