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Nitrogen, Water Traces on Mars Show Life Was Possible in Ancient Red Planet

The nitrogen sample analysis of Curiosity findings could have made it possible for life organism to survive on Mars. Since┬áthe nitrogen found on Mars doesn’t show any evidence of life as the surface of Mars is inhospitable for living organism, the researchers believe┬áthat the nitrates found on Mars are ancient, and could have come from non-biological processes like meteorite impacts ...

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Comet Flyby: NASA Mars Orbiters Safe

All three NASA orbiters around Mars took shelter behind the Red Planet during a period of risk from dust released by a comet that sped past Mars, closer than any other known comet flyby off a planet and are reportedly safe, on Sunday. The Mars Odyssey, the Mars Reconnaissance and the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) orbiters were part ...

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