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Heat inside Mars may have melted ice and made watery habitats for life

2 Dec 2020, 19:00 UTC
Heat inside Mars may have melted ice and made watery habitats for life ESA/DLR/FU Berlin

Geothermal energy on Mars billions of years ago may have been sufficient to melt some of its subsurface ice into water, creating an environment that might have been suitable for life.

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