European Space Agency Robot

New development of the European Space Agency (ESA) became anthropomorphous robot, called Justin. As planned, in 2-3 years when the work is completed, it will be able to participate in space programs for the exploration of the Moon, and planets in the Solar System. Have to say that the main goal, of course, is Mars. The basic work on the robot fell on the shoulders of scientists from the Aviation and Space Center in Germany (DLR).

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New Evidence that Rust on Mars May Hide Traces of Water

NASA scientists are found new evidence that suggests traces of water on Mars are under a thin varnish of iron oxide, or rust, similar to conditions found on desert rocks in California’s Mojave Desert.It is believed that one consequence of the presence of water is the formation of specific minerals, so called carbonates.
Mars could be spotted with many more patches of carbonates than originally suspected.

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Worms can live on Mars

cientists from the University of Prinstanskogo found tiny round worms at a depth of 3.6 km in the gold mines of South Africa.Very tiny nematode length is just 500 microns were found in three gold mines in South Africa near the city of Johannesburg, where they lived at a depth of 900 to 3.6 miles beneath the earth

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