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Thursday, 26 July 2018

NASA announcement of liquid water on Mars confirms what we’ve been reporting for years

Water on Mars for sure!
Natural News: This week, a team of scientists reported discovering a lake beneath the surface of an ice cap on the southern pole of Mars. This lake is not small by any means; it measures 12.5 miles wide and is a very significant finding.

The scientists made the discovery using the Mars Advanced Radar for Subsurface and Ionosphere Sounding, or MARSIS, which is a type of radar the penetrates the ground from an orbiting spacecraft. They used the radar to survey the “Planum Australe” region of the red planet over the course of three years and made the groundbreaking announcement in a study published in the journal Science.

While past water discoveries on the planet have been attributed to runoff from ice, this is a legitimate body of water, the scientists say. Significantly, it could be the best clue so far to potential life on Mars. The surface of the planet continues to be considered inhospitable to life, but this lake could be home to alien microbial more>>>...