Martian soil 'could support life'

Iain Thomson
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Asparagus could be on the menu, says Nasa

The soil on Mars is of sufficiently quality to grow crops The first results from the Phoenix probe's analysis have shown that the Martian soil is capable of supporting life and could even be used...

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