NASA Rover Finds Mars Too Dry For Extant Life

Credit: Mars: NASA
HOUSTON—A study of meteorites on the Martian surface by NASA’s aging Opportunity rover suggests the Red Planet’s harsh, cold conditions have been 10 and possibly 10,000 times drier than those on Earth for millions of years, a circumstance that suggests a low probability of extant life. The study led...

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