If liquid water pops out onto Mars' surface, it can create short gullies about 550-yards (500-meters) long. We find that the short length of the gully features implies they did form under conditions similar to those on present-day Mars, with simultaneous freezing and rapid evaporation of nearly pure liquid water.
- Jennifer Heldmann
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