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The devil is in the dust

Nature volume 424, pages 10081009 (28 August 2003) | Download Citation

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Mars is a highly dynamic planet — at least as far as dust is concerned. A better knowledge of how dust is lofted into the atmosphere will help to untangle the complex evolutionary history of the planet's surface.

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