Cotton candy-like clouds on Mars may be formed by meteor "smoke"

Cotton candy-like clouds on Mars may be formed by meteor “smoke” | AccuWeather

New research from the University of Colorado Boulder suggests that the Martian clouds may be linked to smoke left behind by meteors destroyed in Mars’ atmosphere. Let’s find out more about this latest study.
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