In the past, scientists have found indicators that Mars formerly had liquid water.
The glacier's remnants were found close to the equator, which led to the discovery.
Salt deposits discovered by experts indicate that a glacier once existed where none does now.
There was previously a glacier in the area, and it transported these sediments.
Crevasse fields, which are normally located within glaciers, were also discovered by the researchers.
This finding is a major milestone in our quest to piece together Mars' watery past.
The glacier's contact with volcanic elements preserved the crevasse fields, according to scientists.
When a glacier was discovered on Mars, it raises the question of whether or not there is water there.
Researchers suspect water could still exist someplace on Mars.