After observing an area of about 75,000 square kilometers, they found locations that reflected those signals in a way that indicates the presence of water trapped under a kilometer of ice. The main lake, the one discovered in 2018, measures 30 kilometers or 19 miles in diameter, while each of the three smaller lakes surrounding it is only a few kilometers in diameter.
Although the scientists’ findings are promising, some experts still believe we won’t find lakes on the red planet at all. Jack Holt, a planetary scientist who is part of NASA̵
“There is not much active life in the … brackish pools in Antarctica. They are only in brine. And it could be so. [on Mars]. “