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Perseverance rover

Study of Microbial Survival to show how life might have existed on Mars

Past acid-sulfate hydrothermal systems on Mars have promise in their ability to have hosted life for billions of years. One method for analyzing these...

Scientists have confirmed the speed of sound on Mars

The Perseverance rover carries two microphones that directly record the sounds of Mars.

Scientists pinpointed the likely home of martian meteorites

The study would help provide the context to unravel the geological history of Mars.

Mars may be just too small to be habitable

Mars habitability is limited by its small size.

Martian subsurface might be a good place to look for present-day microbial life

Mars has the right ingredients for present-day microbial life beneath its surface.

First color image of the Martian surface

First Aerial color image of Mars.

Floods of unimaginable magnitude once hit Mars’ Gale crater

Field geology at Mars’ equator points to ancient megaflood.

Earth’s early microbes relied on arsenic to exist

The findings give a strong sense of the early conditions of Earth.

NASA’s Perseverance Rover will also test materials for new spacesuits on Mars

These materials are then used within the outer layers of the future Mars Spacesuit.

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