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At 12:29:59 UT the Mars Webcam, on board the European probe Mars Express, has taken another image of the famous plume of Arsia Mons. The length seems greatly reduced but not its intensity, since it appears largely overexposed!
If the phenomenon was really of geological origin and not meteorological, the reduction in the length of the plume could depend on a reduction in the intensity of winds and not a reduction in the intensity of the phenomenon itself and this would explain very well why the plume appears shorter but much more dense.
I remind you that, according to the analysis of the published photos, the phenomenon began on September 17, so we are almost a month and a half of duration!

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