Once-habitable Ancient Mars Lake
“If we were looking on Earth for an environment that preserves signatures related to habitability, this is one of the kinds of environments we would look at.”
The megabreccia is topped by layers of fine sediments that formed in what apparently was a long-lived, calm lake that filled Holden crater on early Mars, HiRISE scientists say. via Science Daily
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#1 Mar 6, 2008
Yahoo, what does this have to do with NCAA football ?? Did they play on MARS ????????
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