• Mars’ carbon dioxide glaciers are moving

    In 1666, the famous Italian astronomer and mathematician Giovanni · Cassini, who discovered Saturn’s four largest moons, observed the polar ice sheet of Mars for the first time. However, until the late 18th century, William · Sir Herschel recorded his own observations before establishing a link with the earth’s own ice sheet. In his subsequent paper “ About the remarkable appearance of the polar regions of Mars ” (1784) pointed out how the Southern Crown grew and contracted due to seasonal changes. With the development of modern telescopes and robotic…

    May 10, 2022 science