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  1. Curiosity Has Found Water Bound Up in the Soil of Mars

    We want to go to Mars and give Curiosity a high five.

    The Curiosity rover has found water on Mars, or rather in Mars. The rover analyzed a soil sample and found it to be made up of about two percent water. It's not exactly an ocean, but it's significant. Curiosity was sent to Mars to find out if the planet could have once supported life, and water is a big component in that.

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  2. A “Just Right” Asteroid Belt Could Be Key to Extraterrestrial Life

    The map for seeking out life elsewhere in the cosmos may have just gotten a new must-have accessory. A new study from NASA suggests that having an asteroid belt like our own solar system's could be a key ingredient in the development of extraterrestrial life.

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