Soil samples from Curiosity rover suggest water on Mars

09/27/2013 | Space.com

Surface soil on Mars contains about 2% water, and the moisture would be accessible to astronauts, according to a study of samples collected by NASA's Curiosity rover. The findings come from Curiosity's first 100 days on the planet, which have been described in five papers published in the journal Science.

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