Scientists are studying Mars intently and know that in its distant past, the planet had water. The question the scientists want to answer is was the water that was present on the Red Planted frozen in ice, or was it liquid and flowing. Warm conditions would make life more likely. Scientists have used a new comparison of mineral deposits found … Continue reading (Date:08/21/2019 16:08) Read full article >>

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