NASA: water flowed recently on Mars

Posted on Saturday, Aug 27 2005 @ 09:50 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
NASA scientists said on Wednesday water has been flowing on Mars recently.
"The gullies may be sites of near-surface water on present-day Mars and should be considered as prime astrobiological target sites for future exploration," said Jennifer Heldmann, the lead researcher from NASA's Ames Research Center. "The gully sites may also be of prime importance for human exploration of Mars because they may represent locations of relatively near surface liquid water, which can be accessed by crews drilling on the red planet."
More details at Space.com


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