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Water on Mars: OUE Expedition Makes Groundbreaking Discovery!

Toronto, Ontario

Saturday, 1 April 2023

Outer Universe Exploration’s first manned mission to Mars led by Commander Veenhuizen has made a groundbreaking discovery: a vast body of water on Mars has been found in a large crater located near the planet's southern polar region.


The team landed on the red planet after a six-month journey and were astonished to find the lake on the fourth day of their expedition. "It feels incredible to have made such a discovery. This is something that we've been working towards for years, and to actually find this much water here is beyond our wildest dreams," said Veenhuizen.

OUE is a leading multinational space exploration organization focused on pushing the boundaries of human knowledge and understanding of the universe, and has been exploring that area of Mars for over 20 years.   Dr. Phamster, the lead science officer on the team, said, "We conducted extensive tests of the water, and we're excited about what the results will mean for mankind. This discovery raises the possibility of finding life on the planet and opens up new avenues for exploration and research into this Roman god of war."


Commander Veenhuizen explores the shoreline of a newly-discovered body of water on Mars.


A team of highly trained scuba divers, led by Commander Veenhuizen, have already explored the depths of this lake in hopes of uncovering its hidden secrets. Despite their efforts, the conditions during their recent dives were extremely poor, with only around 2 feet of visibility. Undeterred, the team remains eager to return to the lake and continue their explorations in the hopes that the visibility will improve in the future, allowing them to fully appreciate the underwater landscape and potential discoveries that await them. Their determination to uncover the mysteries of this new discovery serves as a testament to the adventurous spirit and resilience of the OUE team members.


OUE's elite underwater exploration team emerges from the depths of the Mars lake, nicknamed Martian Aquatic.


The discovery of the lake on Mars is a significant milestone in the scientific community, and it has sparked renewed interest in space exploration. NASSA Administrator, Bill Neilson, said, "This discovery will serve as a foundation for our future efforts. We will continue to explore and learn more about Mars." The discovery of the lake on Mars is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the women and men at OUE who have made this mission possible.


About OUE

Outer Universe Exploration (OUE) is a leading space exploration organization dedicated to pushing the boundaries of human knowledge and understanding of the universe. Established in 1965, OUE has been at the forefront of space exploration, with a focus on discovering and exploring new far-out bodies, galaxies, and cosmic phenomena.

With a team of highly skilled scientists, engineers, and astronauts, OUE is committed to advancing scientific research and technology, developing new spacecraft and propulsion systems, and training the next generation of space explorers.

OUE's missions have included the discovery of new celestial bodies, mapping the universe's most distant reaches, and investigating the potential for life on other planets. OUE’s research has contributed significantly to our understanding of the universe and helped pave the way for future space exploration efforts.

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