The Northern polar cap is larger and colder.
rock on mars Maybe a polar cap?
No - Mars has a polar ice cap but no ice clouds
The largest ice cap on mars is the Northern Ice Cap.
in the polar ice cap, located north of mars
Near the polar ice cap.
its a frozen polar ice cap
mars has a north and south polar cap kinda like earth and people believed that water used to be on mars.
Mars has a polar ice cap much like our Earth has ice caps. It also has clouds in the atmosphere.
The Mars Rover called the Phoenix Lander found ice on the polar ice cap on Mars. There have not been any other discoveries on Mars but Mars Rovers are still searching...........
mars north polar cap is sposed to have water on it geographical features simalar to ones on earth leading to further proof that Mars has or had water on it
Mars has two polar ice caps. The northern ice cap is mainly composed of frozen H2O. The southern ice cap is mainly composed of frozen CO2.
A polar ice cap is a high latitude part of a planet which is covered in ice. There are polar ice caps on other planets not just on earth. There is some known to be on Mars too. Polar ice caps form because of the lack of sunlight which gets to them. They are in the North and South pole.
A polar ice cap is the layer of ice at the polar regions of a planet. On earth this is at the North and South poles. An ice cap does not have to be on land, so our Arctic ice cap floats on water, and our Antarctic ice cap covers the continent of Antarctica. The Greenland ice cap is not a polar ice cap.
No.Antarctica is about 30 degrees colder than the Arctic, because Antarctica is a land mass with a polar ice cap nearly two miles thick; the Arctic is only sea water and ice.
While the Martian polar caps are mostly water ice, Mars does have a permanent southern polar cap layer of carbon dioxide about eight meters thick.
Two, north polar ice cap and south polar ice cap , the arctic and the antarctic
because the temperature changes over night
Yes, Mars has ice at both of its poles. Recently, the southern polar ice cap has been receding because of the heat of the sun or some chemical reaction that is causing the ice to evaporate and disappear.
Melting of the Polar Ice Cap.
It can reach as high as 27°C and as low as -143°C. The average temperature is around -87°C.
It's a polar ice cap. What do you expect? Polar-cold, and Ice Cap- ice. Those two things don't really go well with vegetation.
Two part answer. Only the South Pole has a true landmass under the ice, the North Pole does not. In size, the Southern polar cap is larger than the Northern cap.