ESA Mission Claims Liquid Water At Mars' South Pole

Credit: Mars: NASA
HOUSTON—Radar-sounding instrumentation aboard the European Space Agency’s Mars Express orbiter has detected what appears to be a stable body of briny water beneath a layer of polar ice on Mars. The water is perhaps 12 mi. (20 km) across and not far beneath the south polar region of the Red Planet...

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