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A recent study: Mars had water and floods

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A large number of rock deposits on the Red Planet are caused by large masses of moving water, not just a "small river", according to a recent study. .

According to the Daily Mail, the researchers say that Mars may have once been a shelter for the world ice, much like it was on Earth during the Pleistocene period, which opened up huge flooding that led to the formation of the characteristics we see today.

Researchers in the new study examined an extension of sedimentary rocks measuring 400 meters long, which was found in the area of ​​Gali Krater in Mars.

The area was partly explored by the Cryosetti Rover and the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which contains rocks believed to be 3.7 to 4.1 billion years old.

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