Recurring Slope Lineae in Coprates Chasma.

It’s official: NASA finds evidence of liquid water flowing on the surface of Mars.

Take a look at these 10 images showing how we finally found water on the red planet.



Now the big question remains: Is There Life on Mars? This is what the water NASA just found means!

Above: Recurring Slope Lineae in Coprates Chasma.  Credit NASA

The above animation simulates a fly-around look at one of the places on Mars where dark streaks advance down slopes during warm seasons, possibly involving liquid water. This site is within Hale Crater. The streaks are roughly the length of a football field.  

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 Recurring slope lineae (RSL) on Garni Crater

Recurring slope lineae (RSL) on Garni Crater, 2015 / NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona



A still from Lujendra Ojha presentation of the data for NASA today

A still from Lujendra Ojha presentation of the data for NASA today, showing precisely where along the gullies the discovery was made, 2015.   Credit NASA

Warm-Season Flows on Slope in Newton Crater.

Warm-Season Flows on Slope in Newton Crater.   Credit NASA



Streaks formed by the flow of water, 2015

Streaks formed by the flow of water, 2015 / NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

RSL at Horowitz Crater on Mars, 2015

RSL at Horowitz Crater on Mars, 2015 / NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

RSL in Coprates Chasma.

RSL in Coprates Chasma.  NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

Gullies showing evidence of water carving on Mars, 2007

Gullies showing evidence of water carving on Mars, 2007 / NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

Mars gully deposits, 2006

Mars gully deposits, 2006 / NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems

Gully channels on Mars, 2007

Gully channels on Mars, 2007 / NASA/JPL/University of Arizona