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Conditions under Mars' south pole make liquid water likely

The existence of water on Mars has been hotly debated in recent years. New analyzes from the Southwest Research Institute support that salty water likely exists between ice grains or sediments beneath the ice cap at the south pole of Mars. (Source: ESA, NASA)

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