|MadSci Network: Astronomy|
I'm doing an on-line course throught NASA, and I am supposed to ask you one of three questions I have about Mars. This question is the one I am most intersted in and would really love to learn the answer. I know there is very little atmospheric pressure on the surface, and that is usually the cause of winds of winds on Earth. However, I am at a loss for how the fierce winds scouring the Martian surface form. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Re: Why do the winds in the Mars storms form?
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