Mars might have water hiding under its southern pole. A study published today in Science – based on radar observations from the Mars Express spacecraft – suggests a 20-kilometer (12.5-mile) zone of sediments with water in the Planum Australe region. If there is indeed water down there, that could be a spot for life on Mars. Watch the video below, then keep reading to learn the whole story of water on Mars.
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Written by Elizabeth Howell July 25, 2018
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