Mars-Like Spring Found in High Arctic

For years, gullies on the surface of Mars have perplexed Red Planet specialists: How could such a frigid, desert-like environment have supported water?
Clues to this conundrum might lie in the Canadian High Arctic. In June, scientists announced they had found the world’s northernmost perennial spring, whose head, channel and fan are similar to those on Mars.
“It’s almost uncanny in resemblance,” says Benoit Beauchamp, a geoscience professor at the University of Calgary, w

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