horselight writes: "Recent data obtained from Mars indicates the environment is not as hostile to life as once thought, and Mars is likely to support life in watery environments inside rocks on the planetary surface. Gypsum veins and other features indicating water movement on the surface of Mars has been observed to be much more common than previously thought."
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