“To be honest, what would surprise me the most would be if life never was on the planet Mars. That would be surprising and give us all some pause and make us wonder – why?”
- Dorothy Z. Oehler, Ph.D, NASA Johnson Space Center
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February 27, 2009 Houston, Texas - Other scientists studying a completely different part of Mars in Arabia Terra have also discovered features they think are the residue of hot springs, largely based on the tell-tale oval rings that closely resemble hot springs in Yellowstone National Park and Dalhousie, Australia. In a recent issue of Astrobiology, NASA Johnson Space Center planetary geologists described one mound on Mars named Vernal crater that could be a dried up hot springs?
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