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A primitive ocean on #Mars held more water than #Earth’s #ArcticOcean, and covered a greater portion of the planet’s surface than the #AtlanticOcean does on Earth, according to new results published today. www.eso.org/public/

A primitive ocean on #Mars held more water than #Earth’s #ArcticOcean, and covered a greater portion of the planet’s surface than the #AtlanticOcean does on Earth, according to new results published today. www.eso.org/public/

On March 4, 1977, NASA released this image of trench marks in the Martian soil made by the Viking 1 lander sampling arm. | Photo credit: NASA

On March 4, 1977, NASA released this image of trench marks in the Martian soil made by the Viking 1 lander sampling arm. | Photo credit: NASA

humanoidhistory:  The Copernicus crater on the Moon, photographed from lunar orbit during the Apollo 12 mission, November 1969. (NASA)

humanoidhistory: The Copernicus crater on the Moon, photographed from lunar orbit during the Apollo 12 mission, November 1969. (NASA)

How NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Will Work (Infographic) By Karl Tate, Infographics Artist   |   July 31, 2014

How NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Will Work (Infographic) By Karl Tate, Infographics Artist | July 31, 2014

The Voyager 1 and 2 probes were launched in 1977 on a mission to visit all the outer planets of the solar system. After 35 years in space, the twin probes are approaching the edge of our solar system.

The Voyager 1 and 2 probes were launched in 1977 on a mission to visit all the outer planets of the solar system. After 35 years in space, the twin probes are approaching the edge of our solar system.

This image of a circular depression on the surface of Mars was acquired on Jan. 5, 2015 by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). The spacecraft has been orbiting Mars since March 2006 and completed its 40,000th orbit around Mars on Feb. 7, 2015.

This image of a circular depression on the surface of Mars was acquired on Jan. 5, 2015 by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). The spacecraft has been orbiting Mars since March 2006 and completed its 40,000th orbit around Mars on Feb. 7, 2015.

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