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Red Planet? Not so much!

A few hundred thousand years ago, the Red Planet wasn't nearly as red as it is today, planetary scientsts tell VOA. That's the latest bit of information that adds to the fairly steady stream of news challenging our notion of Mars as a dry, dusty planet. The Mars it is a changin' Today's new research suggests our nearest neighbor has been living through an ice age, and has been warming back up for the past 370,000 years or so. Scientists in Texas, Colorado, and...

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