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First Evidence of 'Planet-Wide Groundwater System' Found on Mars

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First Evidence of 'Planet-Wide Groundwater System' Found on Mars

First Evidence of 'Planet-Wide Groundwater System' Found on Mars

ESA's Mars Express orbiter found the first geological evidence of ancient interconnected lakes beneath the Red Planet's surface.

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First Evidence of 'Planet-Wide Groundwater System' Found on Mars

ESA’s Mars Express orbiter has made an exciting discovery????It found the first geological evidence of a planet-wide groundwater system ????that once lay beneath the Red Planet’s surface????Get this… five of the interconnected lakes may contain minerals vital for life!????Researchers found features in Mars craters that could only form with water present????like channels etched into walls, curved deltas and evidence of flowing water????The Utrecht University-led study is proof of what was previously only predicted by models????Water levels also indicate an ocean connected to the planet-wide lakes before receding????




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