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We have all heard for ages that Mars, the red planet does not have any significant water except for some water vapor in atmosphere and water ice at the poles. But at the recent MARS GLOBAL SURVEYOR SCIENCE UPDATE news conference NASA scientists presented evidence that Mars has a liquid water reserve. NASA TVs live broadcast of the conference showed photographic evidence taken by Mars Exploration Program.
The evidence suggests that Liquid water - a key ingredient for organic life - appears to have flowed over the surface of Mars at least twice in the past seven years. That means the Red Planet could be capable of harboring life. The discovery points to underground deposits of liquid water rather then on the surface of the planet. These new findings may well vault the red planet back into the uppermost ranks of places to hunt for forms of life beyond Earth.