Planet Mars continues to show natural processes that make it quite similar to planet Earth. However, the Red Planet seemed also to be copying negative traits that are happening now on Planet Earth, and one of these is the continuous melting of ice blocks surrounding the planet.

On Friday, Jan. 31, NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Spacecraft has released images of what they described as "collapsing ice blocks" surrounding the planet.

The MRO HiRise camera team at the University of Arizona that controls the images explained that their spacecraft captured the before and after pictures of Planet Mars, showing it's north polar collapsing and experiencing a radical change.

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