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September 14 2012
It’s unlikely anything lives on Mars today, but it may well have done so millions or billions of years past. And it may have left traces of its existence in the geology of the red planet.
One such tantalising hint was discovered by the NASA Opportunity Rover, which found small spherical hematite balls, dubbed ‘blueberries,’ in the Martian soil.
These were originally thought to have provided the first evidence of liquid water on Mars, but their existence may hold an even more profound implication.
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