Image of the Day: Viewing Mars from an Orbiting Satellite
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July 02, 2013

Image of the Day: Viewing Mars from an Orbiting Satellite

 

 

          

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What a magnificent planet from orbit! Did life ever emerge on Mars? Though the jury is still out, I believe it did not. It takes more than liquid water (which once covered portions of the Red Planet) for life to emerge, as it did on Earth 3.9 billion years ago. So what was the causative mechanism for the emergence of life? Why is there life on Earth but not (as I theorize) on Mars or elsewhere in this sun system?


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