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This artist’s impression shows how Mars may have looked about four billion years ago. The young planet Mars would have had enough water to cover its entire surface in a liquid layer about 140 metres deep, but it is more likely that the liquid would have pooled to form an ocean occupying almost half of Mars’s northern hemisphere, and in some regions reaching depths greater than 1.6 kilometres.

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Is Biology the new Apollo Moment? Astro Twin For 1 Yr in Space

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko will launch to the ISS, beginning a one-year mission in space. Source – NASA On Friday March 27, 2015…