Water on Mars, myth or fact ?

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According to new research, the declaration by NASA in 2015 that liquid water had been found on Mars was too early.
”Liquid water has been found on Mars”, NASA’s manager of planetary science declared, at a news conference that year.
(Water must be present on the red planet) that what scientists reasoned to explain mysterious darkish streaks that appeared to ebb and flow with the seasons.
According to researchers from the US Geological Survey, while there is water on Mars – existing on the polar caps, ground ice, as well as in frosts and hydrated minerals – the evidence suggesting larger volumes of liquid water is ambiguous.
They claim that Recurring Slope Lineae (RSL) in Eos Chasma, a deep depression on the planet, are ”inconsistent with models for water sources”, in a new paper published in Nature Geoscience.
The RSL were instead ”identical to the slopes of sand dunes where movement is caused by dry granular flows”, that what the researchers – working in cooperation with the NASA Mars Reconnaissance Orniter Project – found.
Water nearly undoubtedly is not responsible for this behavior, which would require the volume of liquid to correspond to the length of slope available, producing more liquid on longer slopes.
‘‘Alternatively, the 151 RSL examined by the study authors all end on similar slopes despite very different lengths.”

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Water on Mars, myth or fact ?