NASA’s Opportunity begins frantic search after signs of water discovered on Mars

The search is on on Mars.

NASA’s Opportunity begins frantic search after signs of water discovered on Mars

Science Recorder | Matt Palso | Wednesday, January 02, 2013

NASA's Opportunity rover received a new mission after the release of a new study noting definitive signs of clay minerals, which form under wet, non-acidic conditions that can be favorable for life. A newly released study has unearthed evidence that images captured by European and NASA orbiters suggests Martian environments with abundant liquid water on the surface existed only during short episodes... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.

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