Mars Liquid Theory Apparently Holds Water, Evidence Suggests
Researchers at the University of Michigan have replicated conditions at Mars' north pole — and confirmed liquid water could exist there.By Evan Thomas | July 3, 2014
Researchers at the University of Michigan say they’ve discovered one way liquid water might flow on Mars, despite temperatures way below water’s freezing point.
The scientists used pressurized capsules to simulate the climate and cold temperatures of the Martian surface — specifically, its polar region.
There is water there — NASA’s Phoenix lander is sitting near Mars’ north pole and has spotted frozen water during its investigations.