28 Sep 2012
NASA says Curiosity rover finds evidence of water on Mars Source
Less than two months into its mission, NASA scientist say the Curiosity rover has found evidence of a "vigorous" thousand-year water flow on the surface of Mars.
This is exciting news for NASA scientists who sent the nuclear-powered, SUV-sized super rover to Mars with the hopes that it would find evidence of whether Mars was ever capable of supporting life.
On Thursday, scientists said they have found new evidence that water, one of the keys to sustaining life, once raced across an area not far from where Curiosity landed in August.
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