p2pnet news | Off Topic:- The possibility that there may be, or have been, life on Mars has become significantly more likely with the discovery of what scientists believe is an active glacier.
The, “young glacier appears in the Deuteronilus Mensae region between Mars’ rugged southern highlands and the flat northern lowlands.,” says the BBC.
“If it was an image of Earth, I would say ‘glacier’ right away,” it has Dr Gerhard Neukum, chief scientist on the spacecraft’s High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) saying.
“We have not yet been able to see the spectral signature of water. But we will fly over it in the coming months and take measurements. On the glacial ridges we can see white tips, which can only be freshly exposed ice.”
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