Boffins sifting data from a survey craft in orbit above Mars say they have found evidence of "warm, wet spots" which would have been refuges for Martian life as the red planet changed from a hospitable world to a freezing desert billions of years ago. Silica deposits on a volcano in the Syrtis Major region of Mars. Credit: J R …
queue the inevitable comments about a certain hotel heiress and "warm, wet spots"
(shakes head sadly, walks away)
Go for the wet bits first!
I thought that was just our bed?
Hydrated silica deposits from steam and water vents? I bags staking a claim on the first Martian Opal field.
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