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NASA rover observed a huge dust storm on Mars

NASA rover observed a huge dust storm on Mars

NASA rover tracked a huge dust storm on Mars, due to result it has lead to changes in Martian atmosphere. Observed by curiosity rover on surface of the planet. First this dust storm was spotted by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter of NASA on 10th of  November 2012 and since then it is being tracked.

Colour Imager of the orbiter helped Malin Space Science Systems started observing this dust storm and also reported it to the Mars Exploration Rover.

Posted by Phoenix Mathew

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