The process through which these rocks form often suggests the presence of water deep below the surface, according to Martin Fisk, an Oregon State
University marine geologist and member of the Mars Science Laboratory team.
Although this potential evidence for water deep beneath the surface of Mars isn't ironclad, the scientists say, it adds to the growing body of
studies pointing to the presence of water on the Red Planet -- an ingredient necessary for life.
Unusual Mars Rock Pyramid-Shaped Volcanic Rock Unlike Any Other Martian Igneous Rock Ever Found.
This is pretty cool.. Water in the soil and now theres evidence that might be pointing out that theres water underground as well
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