The European Space Agency (ESA) released a stunning image of Mars northern ice caps. The ice cap was disturbed by swirling patterns thought to have been caused by strong winds.
ESA released some images of the red planet showing the frost build up. The accumulation of water-ice on Mars occurs in some parts including the northern tip of the planet.
A new study suggests that Mars was once wetter and warmer based on studying the images taken by ESA's Mars Express and NASA's MRO.