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Marks left in Martian soil by the Curiosity Rover's SAM instrument, which was used to detect the presence of water. (Credit: NASA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About the Author: Eric is multimedia journalist and producer who specializes in science and natural history. His work has appeared on the websites of Scientific American, Nature, Nature Medicine, Popular Science, Slate and The New York Times among many others. He is a former video producer & editor for Scientific American. Follow on Twitter @EricROlson.

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