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An extended blanket of clouds can be seen over the southern polar cap. The icy northern polar cap has receded to a comparatively small size because it is now late summer in the northern hemisphere. Hubble photographed a wispy afternoon lateral cloud extending for at least 1,000 miles at mid-northern latitudes. Early morning clouds and haze extend along the western limb.
originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: bobs_uruncle
It's natural Mars, no intervention from us.
originally posted by: wildespace
a reply to: Dr UAE
When it comes to infrared, the James Webb telescope will eclipse everything we've had so far and will have for the near future.
originally posted by: burgerbuddy
We shoulda been there by now.
How could you possibly know that?
You sound awfully sure considering there's absolutely no way you could know.
I remember when the officials said that the Hubble could not image Mars or the Moon.
Now, the U.S. is planning another pioneering journey, this time to the moon and beyond. To prepare, NASA scientists are using the Hubble Space Telescope to hunt for resources, such as oxygen, that are essential for people to survive and to sustain their existence on the lunar surface. Hubble's preliminary observations and results are promising.