ESA Captures Pic Of Mars’ South Pole

ESA Captures Pic Of Mars’ South Pole

The European Space Agency (ESA) just revealed an interesting photograph of Mars’ south pole. The photo was captured by their Mars Express spacecraft as it passed by the planet’s southern ice cap. Supposedly, the white mass (shown above) is a combination of frozen water and carbon dioxide.

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