Mars’s crust may have sucked up most of the planet’s water
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March 22, 20212 min read, 310 words

Mars’s crust may have sucked up most of the planet’s waterMars’s crust may have sucked up most of the planet’s water

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Published: March 22, 2021  |  2 min read, 310 words
×Billions of years ago, Mars had rivers and seas on its surface, but they have all disappeared since then. The planet may have been left dry after its crust irreversibly sucked up most of that ancient water.Many studies have suggested that Mars lost its water at the same time as ...
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