Breaking news: Liquid water flows on #Mars today, boosting the odds that life could exist on the Red Planet.
Credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona
Recurring slope lineae (RSL) on the red planet.
Liquid water flows on Mars today, boosting the odds that life could exist on the Red Planet, a new study suggests.
The enigmatic dark streaks on Mars — called recurring slope lineae (RSL) — that appear seasonally on steep, relatively warm Martian slopes are likely caused by salty liquid water, researchers said.
Study lead author Lujendra Ojha, of the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, told;
"The presence of liquid water on Mars' present-day surface therefore points to environment[s] that are more habitable than previously thought."
The event will take place at 11.30 a.m. EDT (4.30 p.m. BST) on Monday, and you will be able to watch it live on NASA TV, which we have handily embedded below. Reporters will be onsite and asking questions by phone, while the public can get involved via #AskNASA.
What will the announcement be about? Well, you’ll have to wait and see, as NASA won’t be releasing any more information to the public until then.
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