Liquid Water on Mars?

The arrows point at the seasonal changes.

Astronomers have detected localized seasonal changes in a Martian crater. It is yet too early to determine what is the cause, but one possible explanation is minute quantities of liquid water saturated with ferric sulphate. That mixture has a melting point quite a bit below zero Celsius. Read more here >>>

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