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'Active glacier found' on Mars

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user posted image rA probable active glacier has been identified for the first time on Mars. The icy feature has been spotted in images from the European Space Agency's (Esa) Mars Express spacecraft. Ancient glaciers, many millions of years old, have been seen before on the Red Planet, but this one may only be several thousand years old.

The young glacier appears in the Deuteronilus Mensae region between Mars' rugged southern highlands and the flat northern lowlands.

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secondhand

Cool

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Dredimus

Not just cool, but amazing. This opens up so many possibilities. Water on the red planet would actually help us in establishing a biosphere that could enable us to set up a permanent base there for future exploration.

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~Cheese~

Neat-O

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Walter Sullivan

That's really cool.

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kobolds

no matter what we need to send people there . sending robotic machine there is useless cause what the machine can do is to verify things we know only

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Kia.Dragon.Skullz

nice

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