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In this site information can be found that deals with issues pertaining to the possiblity of life on Mars. It explains exactly what conditions in the environment are needed so that life can exist. It discusses the climate of Mars, both in the past and the present day. The geology of Mars is also mentioned and how by looking at the rocks the existence of life in the past can be suggested. And finally the a few comments on man exploring Mars.
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