Photo: Mars's Water Could Be Below Surface, Experts Say



A photo of the Martian surface, taken by NASA's Spirit rover on April 13, 2006, reveals volcanic rocks and windblown sands. A new study suggests that reservoirs of water and carbon dioxide may still exist below Mars's surface.

Photograph courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell/NMMNH


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