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Three signs Mars may have once held life: Water, water, water

January 21, 2013

Three signs Mars may have once held life: Water, water, water

Did Mars once have water?

Scientists rejoiced this weekend as three key findings were released that seem to further confirm that life may have had a fighting chance for survival on Mars.

Among the findings released by scientists include the discovery of a massive ancient lake bed, the possibility that minerals identified by NASA’s Curiosity rover likely were delivered by water bubbling up from the subsurface, and an image released of a billion-year-old river bed.

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