Summary: Water runs down canyons and crater walls on Mars, according to researchers who say the discovery raises the chances of being home to some form life. Water may rise up from underground ice or salty aquifers, or condense out of the thin atmosphere.
Opinion: In my opinion, this news deserves to be on the front cover because it is an important breakthrough by NASA's Mars Exploration Program. It also serves as a crucial clue that suggests there might be extraterrestrial life in the universe. Are there extant lives out there, or is it just us alone, in our solar system. This definitely excites readers and change their views of Mars - it is no longer just a red planet. Furthermore, they are able to learn of the world beyond our own, and some might even gain interest about the vast universe. Human curiosity as well as advanced technology have brought us this far, and this time, we made another huge discovery. Perhaps someday, in the near future, we may even colonise Mars, allowing us to live on another planet.