NASA finds a new ancient oasis on the red planet, Mars.
The NASA’s Curiosity rover joined the space station since 2012 in research of the Gale crater on the planet Mars.
The scientists from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California published their journal Nature Geoscience. In this journal, a new study on the Mars water is published lately.
In the recent study with Curiosity rover, “salt enriched rocks” were found at a place known as Sutton Island on Mars. However, these rocks presumably suggest the presence of briny water billions of years ago on Mars.
It is also believed, according to the latest study, that there is a possiblity for the availability of an oasis at the base of the 150-kilometer-wide crater.