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Groundwater on Mars? Salty Antarctic Pond Could Reveal Clues | Space.com

2017-12-04 00:00:00

A shallow, briny pond located in the most Mars-like region on Earth is probably being fed by groundwater seeping up, rather than moisture seeping down from the atmosphere, providing clues as to what stores of liquid water, if they exist, might look like on Mars. Jonathan Toner, a geochemist at the UW, is quoted.

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