Recent research suggests that Mars might have had more rivers than previously believed.

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Clues of ancient lakes, rivers, and possibly even an ocean on Mars can still be found on its arid surface.

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The Curiosity rover in Gale Crater discovered river deposits with a unique structure, challenging conventional identification methods.

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Ancient Martian rivers are often recognized by "river ridges," but not all channels exhibit this feature.

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In Gale Crater, river channels present different formations, indicating previously unrecognized markers of past water flow.

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These deposits consist of alternating benches, small slopes, and outcrops shaped like noses.

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Scientists have used digital modeling to simulate the formation of these Martian landscape features over billions of years.

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The models suggest that these unique formations result from rivers flowing at the bottom of ancient craters, shaped by prevailing winds.

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The Martian landscape likely featured a multitude of rivers billions of years ago, crisscrossing the planet's surface.

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