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As of 2015 there is no conclusive evidence that life on Mars exists or has ever existed, but scientists are hesitant to give a definitive answer without conclusive data. Most experts agree that it is theoretically possible that Mars could have life, but without evidence...

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Scientists have not yet proven that Mars can currently support life as we know it on Earth. Based on data from the NASA Exploration Rover, Mars may have been able to support life approximately 4 billion years ago.

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As of February of 2015, it is not feasible for humans of any age to go to Mars, and there is not adequate research to definitively say whether a human could successfully get pregnant and deliver a healthy child on Mars. However, it may someday be possible for humans of ...

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Mars is made of basalt, feldspar, pyroxenes, olivine and other materials that form rocks. The abundance of iron oxide, or rust, in the soil gives it its reddish color. The alkaline soil contains substances such as magnesium, potassium, oxygen, salts and chlorine.

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According to NASA, 7 billion years ago, Mars may have been an excellent place for microbes to live, but currently it cannot support life because the air is too thin and is comprised mainly of carbon dioxide. After drilling into the rocks on Mars, scientists discovered t...

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The Mars Curiosity rover has discovered that Martian soil is made up of about 2 percent water. The Mars atmosphere contains a small amount of water vapor, but the majority of Mars' water is believed to be trapped in the polar ice caps as ice.

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According to Tim Sharp at Space.com, the planet Mars was formed in a similar fashion to every other planet in the Milky Way solar system. The formation occurred when a collection of gas and dust collapsed in on itself and pulled matter into the center of its gravitation...