Mars May Have Had a Large Sea

8 September 2004: Mars May Have Had Large Sea Near NASA Rover Landing Site, UC Boulder

"Data from the Mars Global Surveyor and Mars Odyssey spacecraft now show that the region surrounding the Opportunity rover's landing site probably had a body of water at least 330,000 square kilometers, or 127,000 square miles. That would make the ancient sea larger in surface area than all the Great Lakes combined, or comparable to Europe's Baltic Sea."

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