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Originally posted by Byrd
Originally posted by Makuahine
Here's the Mars Rover page that contains this picture:
Great job! Thanks!
Well, folks, after looking at ALL the photos on that page, I think it looks like mud or fine sand. There's a couple of images where you can clearly see some sort of "lip" inside the "water" area.
So I'm going to say "no" to free standing liquid" but "yes" to "might have been at one time but not now."
What do the rest of you think?
For those that say it is too cold for liquid water on Mars, well, the Temp can get up too 20 celsius in places, and the air pressure is lower, so liquid water could well exist, if there is any that is.
Originally posted by shaunybaby
how do you know its from nasa?