We've known for a while that there are frozen water deposits just beneath the surface of the Martian poles, but now it seems that there are seasonal streams of liquid water that wind across the red planet's surface. Today, a group of scientists announced their discovery in Science, and told io9 what this liquid water is really like — and whether it changes the prospects for life on Mars.
A group of polar scientists were testing out a new method of drilling through layers of ice in the antarctic. When they dropped a camera deep into the dark waters, they were flabbergasted to discover this tiny orange crustacean. Mor... Read Post
While human beings may not be headed to the Red Planet any time soon, a group of scientists last week began a simulation of journeying to our planetary neighbor. An international team of researchers began a 520 day simulation of a f... Read Post