Radar evidence of subglacial liquid water on Mars

@article{Orosei2018RadarEO,
  title={Radar evidence of subglacial liquid water on Mars},
  author={R. Orosei and S. Lauro and E. Pettinelli and A. Cicchetti and M. Coradini and B. Cosciotti and F. Di Paolo and E. Flamini and E. Mattei and M. Pajola and F. Soldovieri and M. Cartacci and F. Cassenti and A. Frigeri and S. Giuppi and R. Martufi and A. Masdea and G. Mitri and C. Nenna and R. Noschese and M. Restano and R. Seu},
  journal={Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={361},
  pages={490 - 493}
}
Liquid water under Mars' southern ice cap Mars is known to host large quantities of water in solid or gaseous form, and surface rocks show clear evidence that there was liquid water on the planet in the distant past. Whether any liquid water remains on Mars today has long been debated. Orosei et al. used radar measurements from the Mars Express spacecraft to search for liquid water in Mars' southern ice cap (see the Perspective by Diez). They detected a 20-km-wide lake of liquid water… Expand
Liquid water on Mars
  • A. Diez
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Science
  • 2018
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