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(29 Sep 2008 21:20 GMT) - NASA's Phoenix spacecraft has detected snow falling from Martian clouds. Lander's soil experiments also have provided evidence of past interaction between minerals and liquid water, processes that occur on Earth. A laser instrument designed to gather knowledge of how the atmosphere and surface interact on Mars has detected snow from clouds about 4 kilometres (2.5 miles) above the spacecraft's landing site. Data show the snow vaporising before reaching the ground…
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