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Observations made by Curiosity rover on Mars! – Cronulla News – Cronulla News

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Mars is a warm and wet planet that was billions of years ago was likely capable of supporting life. Because of something, the planet lost its atmosphere and turn into the harsh, frozen desert it is today. The Curiosity rover, in 2012, landed on Mars has been finding out different aspects of Gale Crater on Mars to the transition of the planet.
The research done from the data captured by one of the rover’s instruments suggests that the planet transitioned back and forth between wetter and drier times…

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