Now this is interesting! We know about some frozen water on the red giant, but turns out there there might be water in liquid form as well! NASA’s Curiosity rover has uncovered new evidence:
At long last, researchers on the Curiosity Mars rover’s science team believe they have evidence that there is liquid water on the Red Planet, lurking just beneath the surface of our neighbor’s rouge surface. The water in the Martian soil seems to gather intermittently and is a very salty brine, making it perhaps suitable for everyone’s favorite retro pet — sea monkeys! Very, very hearty sea monkeys that could withstand the superharsh environment on the fourth planet, that is.
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