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Curiosity finds first evidence for water on Mars

Curiosity finds first evidence for water on Mars

(4:32) NASA's Curiosity rover finds remnants of an ancient riverbed on the Martian surface.

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Guest: Schiaparelli (1933 days ago)
Well, that didn't take long to find. Next we'll find swamps and canals.
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Well, that didn't take long to find. Next we'll find swamps and canals.
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AstroBoy AstroBoy (1933 days ago)
That's because smart scientists chose their landing area carefully
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That's because smart scientists chose their landing area carefully
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Latest comment: This is interesting but seems to make a huge logical jump without justification. All the evidence shown in the video suggests strongly that there were rivers of a fluid on Mars at some point. Nothing suggests that this fluid was water.
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Latest comment: This is interesting but seems to make a huge logical jump without justification. All the evidence shown in the video suggests strongly that there were rivers of a fluid on Mars at some point. Nothing suggests that this fluid was water.
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Guest: Mr. Blair M. Phillips (1866 days ago)
Why has there been "no reports" for the last 100 days? Why has 100 NASA personal been "let go" or "forced to retire" who were directly involved with the Mars/Curiousity project?
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Why has there been "no reports" for the last 100 days? Why has 100 NASA personal been "let go" or "forced to retire" who were directly involved with the Mars/Curiousity project?
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LogicIsPower LogicIsPower (1933 days ago)
Has to be a joke, Mars has polar caps! it has polar caps!!. End of conversation.
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Has to be a joke, Mars has polar caps! it has polar caps!!. End of conversation.
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Guest: pablo w (1932 days ago)
why would you repeating yourself, make it the end of a conversation? .....unless you're an idiot!!!! Listen to what is being said....and stop being a tit..YES?!!!!
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why would you repeating yourself, make it the end of a conversation? .....unless you're an idiot!!!! Listen to what is being said....and stop being a tit..YES?!!!!
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LogicIsPower LogicIsPower (1929 days ago)
I don't know where to start with you, my point was, why are we looking at Alluvial Fans when there are obviously Polar Caps present on Mars that we could be studying instead, was completely lost on you. We can study The Alluvial Fans here. Why spend all of that money to look at sediment patterns on Mars? Why not go to the Polar Caps themselves and begin the work there? and yeah I'm an idiot. I did not mean to be a tit. End of conversation :)
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I don't know where to start with you, my point was, why are we looking at Alluvial Fans when there are obviously Polar Caps present on Mars that we could be studying instead, was completely lost on you. We can study The Alluvial Fans here. Why spend all of that money to look at sediment patterns on Mars? Why not go to the Polar Caps themselves and begin the work there? and yeah I'm an idiot. I did not mean to be a tit. End of conversation :)
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