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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Water on Mars

Recently NASA has discovered water on mars. This is a break through for the world. Discovering that there is water on Mars could lead us to discover that their is some sort of life on Mars. If there was life on Mars that would mean we are not the only living things in this universe. Even though there is no possible way for anything to be just like the humans that walk the Earth, the discovery of a little bacteria even would be astonishing. The water is not constant though, it comes and goes with the seasons so does the salt within the water. NASA wants to send up a space craft to Mars in the year 2020. A few years ago NASA discovered there used to be drinkable water on Mars billions of years ago. Hopefully they come up with more interesting discoveries within the next few years.


I think this is the coolest thing ever, space is so interesting to me. Even if we only do find a small particle of bacteria on Mars that could branch out and make a whole new species of something. NASA has been working on finding the water for years, and had to check and double check all of their work to make sure it is correct. I believe they will find some bacteria in the water they have discovered. The scientists said they will try and find life on Mars within the next few years. Do you think that they will find life are Mars soon?


http://www.nbcnews.com/tech/innovation/h2-woah-mars-shows-strong-signs-flowing-water-researchers-say-n434881

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/29/science/space/mars-life-liquid-water.html?_r=0

2 comments:

  1. Life on mars would be crazy and cool! Finding water is an amazing discovery. I'm interested to see what else they will discover.

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  2. I blogged about this as well! I think it is fascinating what NASA has found and hopefully they will continue to discover much more in the future.

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