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MEX & MRO Detect Ancient Sub-Surface Water Deposits
cndwrld
post Jun 28 2012, 02:56 PM
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27 June 2012
Exhumed rocks reveal Mars water ran deep
By studying rocks blasted out of impact craters, ESAís Mars Express has found evidence that underground water persisted at depth for prolonged periods during the first billion years of the Red Planetís existence.

Mars Subsurface Water Study Press Release


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post Jul 27 2012, 04:56 PM
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This would seem to be a better landing site for Curiosity than Gale crater. Is it too late to retarget> laugh.gif
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