Since the 1970s when NASAâ€™s Viking mission sent back pictures from Mars, the belief has been though that around 3.5 billion years ago the Martian temperatures plummeted and any water turned to ice. If life had begun it would have found it hard to survive this significant cold snap. However researchers have re-evaluated some depressions around the Martian equator. It was thought that these features were formed by ice converting directly to water vapour but new high resolution images from NASAâ€™s Mars Reconnaissance mission have shown narrow channels connecting the depressions. This suggests that they were filled with ice that formed liquid water and trickled to lower elevations. The depressions date to no earlier than three billion years ago so while it does not necessarily mean a Martian pool party was happening, it does mean that life had more chance to evolve on Mars than we previously thought.Meanwhile if you visit Meijer Ad that contains mostly likewise discounts with Winn Dixie Ad you surely have a range like ALDI Ad.