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Why isn't there any water on the Martian surface?

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Asked by guddy, 18 Feb '13 03:27 pm
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It's simply to cold.Lacking in atmosphere so it wouldn't even stay water.Mars only receives forty three% of heat that we receive here on Earth.there temperatures are even colder than Antarctica temperatures.also mars is internally cold it even is in the potholes that are there.
Answered by Quest, 20 Feb '13 11:21 am

 
  
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It's simply to cold.Lacking in atmosphere so it wouldn't even stay water.Mars only receives forty three% of heat that we receive here on Earth.there temperatures are even colder than Antarctica temperatures.also mars is internally cold it even is in the potholes that are there.
Answered by Psycho, 18 Feb '13 03:28 pm

 
  
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