The number of ancient Martian lakes may have been drastically underestimated by scientists

The number of ancient Martian lakes may have been drastically underestimated by scientists

Figure 1: An example of a large lake hosted by an impact crater on Mars (a) and a small lake hosted by permafrost on Mars. Both images show elevation data from the MOLA (Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter) and HRSC (High Resolution Stereo Camera) instruments draped over images from THEMIS (a) and CTX (b). Credit: ESA/JPL/NASA/ASU/MSSS …

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