Elevated zinc and germanium levels bolster evidence for habitable environments on Mars

August 24, 2017
Geospace, American Geophysical Union

New data gathered by the Mars Curiosity rover indicates a potential history of hydrothermal activity at Gale Crater on the red planet, broadening the variety of habitable conditions once present there, scientists report in a new study.

http://blogs.agu.org/geospace/2017/08/23/elevated-zinc-germanium-levels-bolster-evidence-life-mars/

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