A nice-sized lake was found on Mars nestled within a 22-mile impact crater. It’s potentially substantial evidence that the sub-surface water on Mars is emitted following a meteor impact. The water is thought to be released and then frozen or evaporated within a short amount of time. This patch exists year-round, despite the fact that it is not that close to the poles. I’m elated by the finding. I’m going to add a fishing pole and tacklebox to my gear for the “Man on Mars” trip. Oh, and I guess an ice pick and saw.