Could Water Have Changed the Face of Mars, or Is the Habitability Question too Much to Bare?

December 12, 2014 9:36 PM

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While some parts of the nation are fighting Winter storms of snow and sleet, eyes this week are o water of the liquid variety. And more specifically, researchers and reporters are looking towards the molecule's importance in developing life, as well as its origins story too. News this week of the European Space Agency's (ESA) Rosetta Mission, revealed a recently published study reporting that the sustenance of our Earth and of all life, water, may in fact have not originated on comets from the Kuiper Belt as once believed. And what's more, now that researchers have debunked false origin stories of the miracle molecule, they're now beginning to question whether water alone can make a planet habitable for life, or if there are other mitigating conditions as well.

While some parts of the nation are fighting Winter storms of snow and sleet, eyes this week are o water of the liquid variety. And more specifically, researchers and reporters are looking towards the molecule's importance in developing life, as well as its origins story too. News this week of the Eu...

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