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A lot of geological evidence suggests that Mars once had quite a bit of surface water. I assume it wasn't whisked away into space, so where did it all go? What processes caused the water to go there?

Could the same happen on Earth, eventually?

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The magnetic field of Mars is too week to protect its atmosphere from solar wind. The solar wind can strip off Martian atmosphere. This was discovered by NASA.

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