Mars Orbiters Find More Signs Of Past Groundwater

Credit: Mars: NASA
Mars’ northern hemisphere was dotted with at least two dozen large craters that appear to have been filled by groundwater about 3 1/2 billion years ago, and possibly part of a global subsurface aquifer, according to observations gathered by long-serving Mars orbiters. Five of the now-dry craters...

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