NASA confirms evidence of liquid water flows on Mars

September 2015
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The article offers information on the discovery of hydrated minerals in the planet Mars by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) which is a sign of water. According to astronaut John Grunsfeld, NASA's Science Mission Directorate associate administrator, their discovery was a significant development in the planet in which water was suggested to be flowing in Mars.


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