Warm early Mars surface enabled by high-altitude water ice clouds
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May 4, 20215 min read, 1035 words

Warm early Mars surface enabled by high-altitude water ice cloudsWarm early Mars surface enabled by high-altitude water ice clouds

University of Chicago and Chicago and aDepartment of the Geophysical Sciences and Il 60615
 in pnas.org
Published: May 4, 2021  |  5 min read, 1035 words
Edited by Mark Thiemens, University of California San Diego, La Jolla, CA, and approved March 10, 2021 (received for review February 4, 2021)Mars is cold today but once had lakes. We evaluated the water ice cloud greenhouse hypothesis for warming early Mars. Our results reconcile...
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