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Malin Space Science Systems Captioned Image Release, MSSS-104, images/2010/01/13/.
Malin of Malin Space Science Systems in San Diego and his colleagues based their original findings on images taken in January 2000 by Surveyor's high-resolution camera.
"In every case where there was careful work done, from Viking to Global Surveyor to Pathfinder to the Hubble Space Telescope," said Matthew Golombek, project scientist for NASA's Mars Pathfinder mission, "it's actually brownish yellow." Michael Malin of Malin Space Science Systems gives a more detailed assessment of the planet's color: "It's greenish, yellowish, tannish, with a tinge of pink," he says.
Malin of Malin Space Science Systems in San Diego announced the findings this week during a telephone briefing.
The other site is that of Malin Space Science Systems (, where you'll find images from Mars Global Surveyor (MGS).
More than 100,000 images have been released and posted on the Web site of Malin Space Science Systems (, the company that built the spacecraft's camera, but no one has closely studied all of them.
Edgett, both of Malin Space Science Systems in San Diego, suggest that when the water reaches the chilly surface, it freezes and forms an ice dam that blocks liquid water still percolating beneath it.
Cantor (University of Toledo) and Scott Davis (Malin Space Science Systems) compared images taken recently by Mars Global Surveyor with those obtained by the Viking orbiters in 1977.
Edgett of Malin Space Science Systems in San Diego report their analysis of the Surveyor images and argue that the Martian features also stem from water deposition.
Edgett of Malin Space Science Systems in San Diego announced their results June 22 at a NASA press briefing in Washington, D.C.
Clifford (Lunar and Planetary Institute) has argued for the importance of obliquity changes ever since Michael Malin and Kenneth Edgett (Malin Space Science Systems) first announced finding the gullies (S&T: September 2000, page 56).
Edgett of Malin Space Science Systems in San Diego, Calif., reported these results in the Oct.