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Liquid water might exist in Mars, new research suggests

Liquid water might exist in Mars, new research suggests

Italian researchers have said they have discovered multiple bodies of liquid water under the ice caps of the red planet’s south pole. Already, the European Space Agency’s Mars Express probe has showed liquid water at the Ultimi Scopuli region. According to a new study, three more bodies of water have been found nearby. This has given a boost to the theory that some life forms may exist in Mars.

Timothy
Timothy
Darknimbus3
Darknimbus3 3 weeks

*Yawn* Under higher pressures beneath the surface. Let me know when they find a pool of water at the surface.

Seekster
Seekster 3 weeks

Very salty underground polar lakes to be clear.

Andrew Ryan
Andrew Ryan 3 weeks

BREAKING NEWS! WE FOUND OUT SOMETHING THAT WE KNEW FOR YEARS ALREADY!!!

Caleb Story
Caleb Story 3 weeks

Liquid water.....as opposed to...?

riheg
riheg 3 weeks

The artificial looking structures and moving lights and objects also indicate life

Bradley
Bradley 3 weeks

Is there another kind of water that isn't liquid?

Frederic Lück
Frederic Lück 3 weeks

I am reading "Case for Mars" at the moment. It was released in 2011 and Robert Zubrin writes about liquid water underground. Guys how about before reporting you do some research

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