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Want to learn how to survive on Mars? Look to Antarctica.
Participants in the Antarctic Search for Meteorites look for space rocks on the polar ice during the 2014-2015 expedition. One is blinding white and the other a dull, dusty red. But both are cold, ... read more
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How life on Earth could help us find life on Mars
In our continuing search for other life in the universe, one place has always looked promising—Mars. It is a rocky planet like Earth, orbiting the same star, and at a distance where water could have ... read more
What compels us to explore Mars?
We are seeking places where secrets are held, hoping to defy our isolation in the universe. read more
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