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Evidence of liquid water found on Mars
Financial Express Bangladesh

Science smart: Water on Mars

| 2:34 Scientists have been uncovering evidence for ancient Martian water in recent years, but now the Curiosity Rover may have found actual liquid water on the Mars surface - right now. CBC News meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe has CBC, 9 hours ago
Evidence of liquid water found on Mars Financial Express Bangladesh, 2 days ago
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Martian Soil Could Hold Liquid Salty Water Under Certain Conditions

NASA's Curiosity rover has measured weather and soil conditions on Mars to discover that the red planet's surface has favorable conditions to hold liquid salty water underneath. The latest findings have further fueled the long-running debate on ...
 Austin American Statesman3 days ago Curiosity finds water in Mars soil  IT-Online3 days ago Water Could Be Forming in the Martian Soil Under Certain Conditions  Time3 days ago
Mashable

Curiosity rover finds evidence that small amounts of liquid water exist on Mars

Evidence collected by the Mars Curiosity rover shows that salt water may form in the Martian soil on cold nights. Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS Calla Cofield for Space.com 2015-04-13 23:21:47 UTC Follow @spacedotcom Liquid water lurks just ...
 Mashable4 days ago NASA's Curiosity rover finds astronauts could farm water on Mars  New Scientist4 days ago Prominent Veins at Garden City on Mount Sharp, Mars  SpaceRef1 week ago Mars rover Curiosity spots 'ice cream sandwich' rocks (Photos)  FOXNews.com1 week ago
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Indian Express

Mangalyaan can survive for years in Martian orbit: ISRO chief

Scientists described the Mars Orbiter Mission, affectionately nicknamed MOM, as flawless. India's first interplanetary expedition Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) or Mangalyaan has completed over 800 orbiting circles of the Red Planet. The orbiter ...
 Indian Express2 days ago 2,000 screws hold MOM in orbit  Times of India1 week ago Mangalyaan completes six months in Martian orbit, sends beautiful photos of the red planet  First Post.com3 weeks ago Mangalyaan completes its shelf life of 6 months in Martian Orbit, could live beyond  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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New Zealand Herald

Salty secrets found in Martian soil

The surface of Mars may still hold water - albeit the saltiest variety possible - according to scientists, after Nasa's Curiosity rover found evidence of liquid brine on the planet.Researchers have detected the presence of
 New Zealand Herald3 days ago Water on Mars... but very salty  IOL3 days ago
Houston Chronicle

Should NASA's next mission be to an asteroid or a Martian moon?

On Friday NASA's Advisory Council formally suggested that the space agency cancel its Asteroid Redirect Mission and replace it with a mission to the orbit of Mars. This, it should be noted, is an uncrewed mission meant to test out NASA's new, ...
 MySanAntonio4 days ago
ABC News

NASA's MAVEN Probe Hits Milestone

This artist's concept shows NASA's MAVEN mission, the first mission devoted to understanding the Martian upper atmosphere, completed 1,000 orbits around the Red Planet on April 6, 2015. NASA/Goddard Share ABC Breaking US News ...
 ABC News1 week ago NASA probe completes 1,000 orbits around Red Planet  Prokerala1 week ago MAVEN Completes 1,000 Orbits Around Mars  Odisha Samaya1 week ago Nasa's MAVEN Probe Completes 1,000 Orbits Around Mars  NDTV1 week ago
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Rediff.com

Frozen Martian glaciers could cover red planet with 1 meter of ice

Image: Portions of the Martian surface shot by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Photograph: NASA Mars has belts of glaciers consisting of frozen water equivalent to over 150 billion cubic metres -- enough to cover the entire surface of the red planet with more than one metre of ice, scientists say. A thick layer of dust covers the glaciers, so they appear as surface of the ground, but radar measurements show that underneath the dust ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Martian glaciers froze ice equivalent to over 150 billion cubic metres: Report  Jagran Post1 week ago Below Mars' dust are glaciers with frozen water  India TV1 week ago Dust-Covered Ice Glaciers Found on Mars  NDTV1 week ago
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Martians update Spacebook status to 'invading Earth'

After centuries of observing human culture, the Martian Executive Board declared it was time Mars enter the 450,000,000 Century and run an up-to-date Spacebook page. Sick of hanging out with the planetless extraterrestrials who always needed a ...
 Individual.com1 week ago
Odisha Samaya

NASA's Curiosity Over Mineral Veins On Mars

NASA's Curiosity rover photographed a patchwork of crisscrossing rocky outcroppings on the Martian surface that appear to be two-tone mineral veins. The presence of the minerals adds further evidence that Mars had a watery past and could potentially ...
 Odisha Samaya2 weeks ago Curiosity has hit a Martian mineral jackpot  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Curiosity Rover Team Intrigued by Two-Tone Rock on Mars  NBCNews.com2 weeks ago
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