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Scientists unveil more proof that water still flows on Mars [Exogeology]

5 years agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

We now know two things about the Martian atmosphere's carbon dioxide: volcanic eruptions created the gas quite recently, and it probably reacted with liquid water. Taken together, these discoveries confirm water is still a major player in Martian geology. More »
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