Pack Ice Suggests Frozen Sea On Mars

An 800-kilometre-wide sea, surviving as broken plates, appears to lie just beneath the surface in observations from the Mars Express spacecraft. The sea is just 5° north of the Martian equator and would be the first discovery of a large body of water outside the planet’s polar ice caps

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