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All the water on Earth is part of the hydrosphere. Some water is salty and is called saltwater. Water that doesn't have much salt is called freshwater. Water can be a liquid, a solid (like ice), or a gas (like steam). A process called the water cycle makes the water on Earth change and move over and over again.