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Life On Mars May Be Detectable Much Closer To The Surface Than Previously Thought

Life on Mars, and the possible evidence of extinct life there, may be detectable at much shallower depths beneath the Martian surface than was originally thought, according to new research. If this is true it will greatly improve the likelihood that NASA’s newest Mars rover, Curiosity, will find evidence of life. Curiosity is scheduled to [...]
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