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Mother Mars

When we envision Martians visiting Earth, the image is usually one of little green men stepping out of a flying saucer and greeting the astonished humans. We don’t usually imagine bacteria from Mars arriving on Earth via meteorite and then over millions of years evolving into humans. But according to Time, that may be exactly what happened all those years ago. Continue reading Mother Mars

A once-liquid Mars

The search for water on Mars has gone on for almost as long as humanity has been traveling beyond our own planet. While tantalizing hints have been uncovered at various stages in this search, NASA’s latest baby, the Curiosity rover, has finally unearthed conclusive evidence that flowing water once existed on the red planet. Continue reading A once-liquid Mars