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Q: Life on Mars ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Life on Mars
Category: Science
Asked by: gina8912-ga
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Posted: 02 Oct 2005 17:00 PDT
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Question ID: 575520
What is the key non-living component scientists have found on Mars
that suggest the possibility of life there?
Subject: Re: Life on Mars
Answered By: omnivorous-ga on 02 Oct 2005 17:37 PDT
Gina8912 --

As early as 2000, scientists were finding increasing evidence of water
on Mars, an indication that microbial life might exist:
"NASA announces discovery of evidence of water on Mars" (June 25, 2000)

These findings have been supported by evidence found by the Mars Rover:

"Opportunity Rover Finds Strong Evidence Meridiani Planum Was Wet," (March 2, 2004)

Google search strategy:
Mars "evidence of water"

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