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Below Mars dust are glaciers with frozen water

Below Mars dust are glaciers with frozen water
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Adding further evidence to the global belief that Mars may once have harboured life, Danish scientists have calculated that Martian glaciers have...

London: Adding further evidence to the global belief that Mars may once have harboured life, Danish scientists have calculated that Martian glaciers have frozen ice equivalent to over 150 billion cubic metres - enough to cover the entire surface of the Red planet with more than one metre of ice.

The glaciers are located in the belts around Mars, and are found in both the northern and southern hemispheres. A thick layer of dust covers the glaciers so they appear as surface of the ground. A glacier is a big chunk of ice and it flows and gets a form that tells us something about how soft it is.

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