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"Water World of the Red Planet" --Did It Enable a Generation of Life on Mars

"The overarching question here is about water on Mars and its early history on Mars: Had there ever been an environment that enabled a generation of life on Mars?" said Oliver Tschauner, a professor of research in the Department of...        
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