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NASA’s Curiosity Rover Makes Ancient Discovery On Mars

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NASA’s Curiosity Rover Makes Ancient Discovery On Mars

NASA’s Curiosity Rover Makes Ancient Discovery On Mars

NASA’s Curiosity rover may have just discovered an ancient oasis on Mars.

Rocks enriched in mineral salts provide evidence that ponds may have once dotted the 100-mile-wide Gale Crater.

Researchers believe briny pools likely saw repeated episodes of flooding and drying, leaving behind billion-year-old clues.

The deposits indicate climate variances as the Martian environment transitioned from a wet habitat to a freezing desert.

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