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Hunting Martian auroras

Hunting Martian auroras


Polar auroras are fascinating events that are regularly visible on Earth. Yet do they occur on other planets, such as Mars for example? And if so, how can they be observed? In this report, broadcast in partnership with the French daily Le Monde, scientists tracking these auroras have discovered another phenomenon that had never been described on the Red Planet so far.

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