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Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Mars may have life, says NASA scientists is reporting an "exclusive" story that two NASA researchers are claiming that evidence of present life may exist on Mars.

The scientists, both from NASA's Ames facility in California, told a group in Washington of their findings recently. They believe life may exist under the planet's surface, and that water may sustain it.

The article says that the scientists are not claiming to have found direct evidence of life, but rather a series of clues that point to the probability of existing martian life.

Yahoo News carries the same report.

The article says the scientists' claims are currently being peer-reviewed by the journal Nature.


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