Scientists detect a body of liquid water beneath a Martian ice cap

Sunday, July 29, 2018 - 08:44 in Astronomy & Space

Using a satellite to peer beneath layers of dust and ice at Mars' south pole, scientists have detected a 12-mile-wide span of briny water, a large, stable reservoir akin to lakes buried beneath the Antarctic ice sheet on Earth. The long-sought discovery, the largest detection of liquid water on...

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