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Mars NASA Space Science

NASA: If There Was Life On Mars, It Was Likely Underground 59 59

coondoggie writes "NASA issued a study today that said if life ever existed on Mars, the longest lasting environments were most likely below the planet's surface. The hypothesis comes from analyzing tons of mineral data gathered over the years from more than 350 sites on Mars gathered by NASA and European Space Agency Mars space probes."
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NASA: If There Was Life On Mars, It Was Likely Underground

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