More Evidence Surfaces On Mars Of Liquid Water Under South Pole
HOUSTON—A new assessment of radar data from the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Mars Express orbiter affirms a likely presence of subglacial liquid water with a hyper saline concentration at the Martian south pole. This includes a main body 20 by 30 km (12.5 by 18.6 mi.) in area, plus separate smaller...
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