The traces of liquid water were found in Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter in 2005, but NASA scientists have found that they are part of a different chemical composition. There was an error when the researchers explained the incorrect data processing.
NASA scientists announce water at Mars, at least in liquid state. In 2005, researchers obtained images of the brown planet from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Experts have investigated these photos through different programs and methods, including the CRISM, and hydrated salts have found traces indicating the presence of liquid water. Later, scientists began to seek perchlorates: salt or ester, reduce the freezing point of water to 80 degrees centigrade – in other parts of Mars. These bindings would help you to get rid of red water to stay in a liquid state. The CRISM instrument shows Mars's skin perchlorate, but the search algorithm varies depending on where these salts reside, places where craters, Jezero and elsewhere. Scientists have determined that an algorithm error has occurred, namely, liquid water in Mars.
NASA scientists concluded liquid presence on the red planet. As the researchers said, this was the case most of the sites that were looking for a living in Marsen is worthless for research. Experts believe that the red planet is not life to say.