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Watery Epochs of Mars Hold Clues to Past and Present Life

The clays of massive Gale Crater, the landing site for the new NASA Curiosity rover may yield clues to the existence of ancient life forms on the Red Planet. Clay settles slowly in water and forms little platelets that conform...
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