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Scientists May Have Discovered Active Volcano on Mars – ComicBook.com

At the same time NASA is actively exploring Mars’ Jezero Crater, a new study suggests volcanoes could still be active on the Red Planet. It’s been thought the last…

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At the same time NASA is actively exploring Mars’ Jezero Crater, a new study suggests volcanoes could still be active on the Red Planet. It’s been thought the last volcanic activity took place on Mars somewhere between three to four billion years ago, with some isolated tremors and eruptions happening as recently as three million years ago. Now, a new study published in Icarus says scientists have uncovered new evidence of volcanic activity that took place on the Fourth Rock some 50,000 years ago,…

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