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ISLAMABAD-A mysteriously long, thin cloud has again appeared over the 20-km (~12 miles / 65,000 feet) high Arsia Mons volcano on Mars. The cloud is made up of water ice,ISLAMABAD-A mysteriously long, thin cloud has again appeared over the 20-km (~12 miles / 65,000 feet) high Arsia Mons volcano on Mars. The cloud is made up of

Mysteriously long, thin cloud returns on Mars

The same long strange cloud keeps forming over Arsia Mons on Mars, morning after morning, for 80 days each Martian year.It's baaaaaaack …

A weird long cloud on Mars has returned. It's right on schedule, scientists say. | Space

The Visual Monitoring Camera (VMC) on ESA’s Mars Express spacecraft has captured new images of a giant cloud over the 20-km (12.4-mile) high Arsia Mons volcano, the southernmost in a trio of giant Martian shield volcanoes known collectively as Tharsis Montes.The Visual Monitoring Camera (VMC) on ESA’s Mars Express spacecraft has captured new images of a giant cloud over the 20-km (12.4-mile) high Arsia Mons volcano, the southernmost in a trio of giant Martian shield volcanoes known collectively as Tharsis Montes.

Giant Cloud Reappears above Martian Volcano | Planetary Science, Space Exploration | Sci-News.com

A mysteriously long, thin cloud has again appeared over the 20-km (~12 miles / 65,000 feet) high Arsia Mons volcano on Mars. A recurrent feature, the cloud is made up of water ice, but despite appearances, it is not a plume linked to volcanic activity. Instead, the curious stream forms as airflow

Mysteriously Long, Thin Cloud Returns on Mars – Not Linked to Volcanic Activity

Mysteriously Long, Thin Cloud Returns on Mars – Not Linked to Volcanic Activity – SciTechDaily

Every good story deserves a sequel – and the strange white cloud spotted above an extinct Martian volcano back in 2018 just got one, because the stunning fog trail has made another appearance.Every good story deserves a sequel – and the strange white cloud spotted above an extinct Martian volcano back in 2018 just got one, because the stunning fog trail has made another appearance.

That Weird, Long Cloud on Mars Has Made a Dramatic Return