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Water on Mars. Computer artwork of the Sun over a southern coast of the northern polar ocean on Mars 3. Mars is now a desert world, but erosion features seen on Mars today suggest that water once flowed there. The water was lost due to the thin Martian atmosphere and weak gravity. This is the Deuteronilus Mensae region, bordering the Martian northern polar region or Vastitas Borealis.
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