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Scientists found the ingredients of life on Mars [Space]
posted March 13 2013 20:18.45 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Curiosity is the first rover ever built with the capability to drill a hole on an alien planet and analyze the soil composition underneath the surface - And this is precisely why it was sent to Mars! Nitrogen, Oxygen, Carbon and Water as well as other chemicals that could have once sustained life were detected.
This discovery does not prove that Mars had once sustained life, but it encourages scientists to dig more!



[Link: CNN]
 
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