10-year-old Mars rover finds “best evidence of water and waves” ever seen on its mission

It has been more than 10 years now, the rover Curiosity that NASA sent to Mars in the summer of 2012. Still diligently working on the red planet, the rover found recent evidence that lakes once existed in an unexpected region of Mars. This is reported by the American space agency. Curiosity discovered rippled rock textures, indicating large bodies of water in the area where the rover is currently located. “This is the best evidence of water and waves we’ve seen in the entire mission,” said one of the researchers.