3 News: Case for Martian water strengthens

Dan Satherley reports for 3 News that two new reports have strengthened the case for water not being an earth-only phenomenon.

One report suggests that the moon has large ice deposits in some areas, whereas the other has found evidence that a change in the shape of moon gullies could be due to water melting and refreezing.

An excerpt: (read in full here)

“The other study, published in the same journal, showed gullies that have dramatically increased in size over the past few years have done so because of ice melting and re-freezing. One gully had gone from two metres wide to 120m wide in only two years.”