December 17, 2011

Large Areas of Mars could Sustain Life

Scientists from the Australian National University modeled conditions on Mars on a global scale and found that large regions could be capable of sustaining life – three percent of the planet actually, albeit mostly underground. By comparison, just one percent of Earth's volume, from the central core to the upper atmosphere, is inhabited by some kind of life.

We need some global cooperation to open up this new frontier.  Are there any countries in a cooperative mood these days?

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