Scientist Explains Why Mars is Red (and How it Could Happen On Earth, too)

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Mars is covered with a thin layer of radioactive substances including uranium, thorium and radioactive potassium.

Mars has not always been red. At least that is the theory proposed by a scientist who has discovered a reason as to how the red planet got its rosy color.

 

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Stunning High-Resolution Images of Mar’s Terrain

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Volcanic cones formed by water bursting upwards as it boils when it’s covered by lava.

It has long been a planet of wonder, leaving early astronomers to speculate about advanced alien civilisations.  Now modern-day star-gazers can enjoy stunning new close-up images of Mars’ diverse surface after they were released by NASA today. (Pics)

 

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