It could be a significant breakthrough in the hunt for life on Mars, according to a team of scientists. A team of scientists, led by the Natural History Museum in London and the University of Aberdeen, have reportedly released a study that supports the theory that trace minerals found below the surface of Mars may be the latest indication that life once existed on the Red Planet... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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