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Mars: Still No Water
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© Joe Crowe

What if they did a movie about Mars called Wet Planet?

In the new edition of the journal Nature, for about the zillionth time, scientists insist there's water on Mars. They report that a layer of permafrost covering the planet seems to actually be frozen dust, frozen in an ice age thousands of years ago. They insist that's really important, because if there's water, that means there's life.


Wake me when they discover there might have been barbarian princesses.

Joe Crowe is News Editor for RevolutionSF, and he's a sucker for the "Look! Deja Thoris!" gag every time.

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