NASA's Curiosity rover finds further evidence that Mars might once have supported life

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NASA's Curiosity rover finds further evidence that Mars might once have supported life

Organic material preserved in rocks extracted from the bottom of Gale Crater provides more evidence that Mars might once have supported life

NASA's Curiosity rover has found further evidence of organic matter within rocks on the surface of Mars, lending more weight to the belief that the ‘red planet' may once have supported life. The new...

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