NASA’s Curiosity Finds Evidence Of Diverse Organic Molecules On Mars

Credit: NASA
Six months after landing inside a 96-mi.-wide impact crater near Mars’ equator in August 2012, NASA’s Curiosity rover drilled out a teaspoon of gray powder from what had once been a water-soaked rock, and found some of the key ingredients necessary for life. The discovery of sulfur, nitrogen...

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