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DO YOU BELIEVE MARS EVER HAD OCEANS, RIVERS, LAKES, and FLOWING WATER?

Author : jennifer

Submitted : 2018-01-10 21:42:53    Popularity:     

Tags: RIVERS  OCEANS  MARS  WATER  FLOWING  

Yes, billions of years ago, but it evaporated into space, went underground and turned the rocks rusty. A billion years ago Earth's oceans were much shal

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Yes, billions of years ago, but it evaporated into space, went underground and turned the rocks rusty.


A billion years ago Earth's oceans were much shallower than today and covered 95% of the globe, this changed when plate tectonics got going in their present form.

Try to remember that if you were transported 500 millions years back into the past you wouldn't have been able to breathe Earth's atmosphere. The SPICE event, which you can look up, was followed by a surge of oxygen from say 10 to 18 percent to 28 percent, after which it steadily declined.

My understanding is that's what the evidence indicates.

It seems likely, if you look at the planet, today.

mars had water. a lot of it, but probably not like the water here on earth. ITS PAST WATER MAY HAVE BEEN MORE BENEATH the surface than on surface. surface water on mars like large lakes, oceans, rivers, and waterfalls unlikely. BUT THE SUN UV RADIATION WAS MUCH more in the past. the surface temperature of mars could have easily been warm enough for liquid water.

BUT MARS TODAY IS SO RED AND RUSTY. its no telling how much water mars could have had. but rust is sign of something liquid on the surface in the past. THE SUN UV RADIATION NOW IS MUCH LESS THAN in the past. mars is cold and any water on surface will be frozen

Yes but probably for a depressingly short period and crap amount of time so nothing interesting could happen sadly. Got another story there I'm waiting? ..............

Not really.They seem to know quite a lot about Mars.nothing like that has been mentioned

geology says yes

not sure. BUT MARS MAY HAVE BEEN VERY WATER. I DOUBT ITS OCEANS OR RIVERS WERE deep as earth. but certain, MARS HAD SOME LIQUID WATER. BESIDES, why is the planet so red and rusty. ITS EXTREMELY RUSTY. THATS SIGNS OF WATER IN THE PAST

i don't know or care

mars, so much we dont know yet. but liquid water. not yet found



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