Well, no, not life on Mars, but HELLA WATER. Days ago. Which means there was probably some sort of life.
“The big surprise from these new results is how pervasive and long-lasting Mars’ water was, and how diverse the wet environments were,” said Crism’s chief scientist Scott Murchie, from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Maryland.
David Bowie is stoked.
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