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Informational data release (including images) from NASA reveal signs of mud cracks on Mars: is this positive correlation with insights suggesting past water on the planet Mars?

Informational data release (including images) from NASA reveal signs of mud cracks on Mars: is this positive correlation with insights suggesting past water on the planet Mars?
  • Published documentary images of mud cracks in a specific location from Mars suggest a history of at least a limited amount of water pooling there, if not large lakes.

    These mud cracks are additionally labelled "dessication cracks" and suggest previous existence of water. The phenomenon of cross-bedding might also demonstrate prior water locations on Mars a very long time ago. This pattern forms when water moves, sometimes with more force than slowly, near the edge of pooling water or larger lakes, although also this pattern might prove the result of sediment blown around by wind during a dry period of time, or suggest the existing for both types of natural phenomena.

  • Yes, mud cracks found on Mars suggest past water on the planet.

    Mud cracks found on Mars absolutely must be a positive correlation to the presence of water, either in the ancient past, or potentially currently, beneath the planet's surface. There is no other way for a mud crack to be formed, unless there was mud present in the first place that became dried out and then cracked. Dirt plus water equals mud.

  • Yes, there is growing evidence of past water.

    Yes, NASA has gathered a great deal of evidence of past water on Mars. This newest discovery revealing mud cracks signals the possibility of water. The questions are many. How long ago did water exist on the planet? Where did it go? Is there any underground? Could it be a liquid other than water? Further explorations will yield more answers.

  • NASA's findings of mud cracks on Mars likely correlates with water having been on the planet

    NASA's recently released data pertaining to mud cracks on Mars is likely very good evidence of a correlation that water once existed on the planet. While some planets have a liquid on them even though it is not water, the research already conducted into Mars makes it very likely that it was once covered with water.

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