NASA has reportedly discovered a large cache of ice on the planet nearest to the sun, along with clues that may someday provide astronomers with the necessary data for determining how life got its start here on Earth. In a hastily arranged news conference on Thursday, NASA officials announced the finding, saying new data from the MESSENGER spacecraft, which began orbiting Mercury in 2011, confirmed the presence of ice spots... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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