New information about the planet Mars has been published by nature Geoscience. According to a study led by Anna Grau Galofre from the University of British Columbia in Canada, Red Planet would have previously had plenty of liquid water, with lakes, rivers and perhaps even a large ocean. All this would have been at one point in the planet north. “For forty years it has been assumed that rivers once flowed on Mars, varoding and creating all these valleys,” reported the person who led the study.
“Hundreds of dollars on Mars …”
The planet would have several valleys that would be very different from each other. “But there are hundreds of valleys on Mars, and they are very different from each other.”
Daler formed 3.8 billion years ago
They noted some resemblance to the subglacial canals on Devon Island in the Canadian territory of Nunavut, about 1,500 kilometers from the North Pole. We note from this study that in contrast to what has been used so far, the climate may have been less warm. The flow of meltwater could have been at the origin of the formation of some Martian valleys, according to the details of the study. All of this would have happened 3.8 billion years ago.