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Dreaming of a white Mars? You may be in luck. Networks of valleys branching across the surface of Mars may have been carved out by melting snow, according to a new study.
Researchers have been debating for years whether the water that once flowed on the red planet's surface formed by either water bubbling up from the ground or precipitation.
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