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Artist's impression of a dust storm rolling over a canyon on the planet Mars. Dust storms are frequent near the polar icecaps at certain times of the year. Seasonal changes cause sublimation of carbon dioxide locked in the caps and produce the high winds responsible for the dust storms. Produced between 1968 and 1972.
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