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Mars, Water

Life giving substance generally found today on Mars in the form of ice at its caps and as vapor in the sky. Large amounts of it could be stored underground in areas outside the polar regions, such as under the craters at Sinus Sabaeus. Salty water, which has a lower freezing temperature, could occasionally flow on the surface today. Parts of Mars' interior may be warm enough to allow liquid water to exist. It may come up in a mud volcano. Nasa's current mantra is "follow the water", which its spacecraft do to try to find evidence of past and present habitability.

Mars/Water Web Pages

Mars/Water In the News

Underground Water Ice

Mud Volcanoes in Acidalia Planitia Could be Methane Source (Apr 09)

See Acidalia Planitia, Mars/Mud Volcanoes, Mars/Water, Mars/Methane, Earth/Mud Volcanoes, Mars/Iron Oxides

Water Ice at Bottom of Craters at Sinus Sabaeus Near Equator (Jan 11)

See also Sinus Sabaeus, Mars/Water, Mars/Craters

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