Maven Will Study Loss Of Martian Atmosphere

Credit: Lockheed Martin
The spectacular images NASA's Curiosity rover has returned from the surface of Mars reveal an ultra-dry environment, like the Mojave Desert after a 3-billion-year drought. Data from Curiosity and its predecessors make clear that water ran there once and the planet probably was habitable. Over the...

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