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NASA Calls off Next Mars Mission; No Time to Fix Leaky Seal
Associated Press, December 22, 2015, by Mike Schneider
Mars Rover Finds Changing Rocks, Surprising Scientists
The New York Times, December 17, 2015 by Kenneth Chang
Ancient Mars Had Long-Lasting Lakes, Boosting Chances for Life, October 8, 2015, by Mike Wall
Mars' Missing Atmosphere Likely Lost in Space, October 5, 2015, by Nola Taylor Redd
NASA finds evidence of recent flowing water on Mars
USA TODAY, September 28, 2015, Traci Watson
Curiosity Rover Finds Biologically Useful Nitrogen on Mars
JPL, March 24, 2015

Scientists 'map' water vapor in Martian atmosphere
Science Daily, December 22, 2014
NASA Rover Finds Active and Ancient Organic Chemistry on Mars
JPL News, December 16, 2014, by Guy Webster
Could Ancient Mars Have Supported Life? Water Isn't the Only Key
December 11, 2014,, by Mike Wall
Mars apparently had massive lake, NASA's Curiosity rover finds
Los Angeles Times, December 8, 2014 , by Amina Khan
Former NASA Scientist: Global Warming is Nonsense
Breitbart News, April 26, 2014, by Nick Hallett
Traces of recent water on Mars: Liquid water on Mars as recently as 200,000 years ago
Science Daily, April 25, 2014
Deep Water May Have Surrounded Ancient Mars Mountain
National Geographic, March 7, 2014, by Marc Kaufman


Curiosity's SAM Instrument Finds Water and More in Surface Sample
NASA News.  September 26, 2013
Mars pebbles prove water history
BBC News, May 31, 2013, by Jonathan Amos


Curiosity rover finds organic compounds, but are they from Mars?
Science Editor, NBC News, December 3, 2012, by Alan Boyle
Weather On Mars Surprisingly Warm, Curiosity Rover Finds, October 1, 2012, Staff
Evidence for Flowing Water on Mars Grows Stronger
Scientific America, March 23, 2012, by John Matson
Next up for Mars missions: the search for life
NASA to enter new scientific phase with launch of Curiosity rover this year January 19, 2011 by Wynne Parry
Shallow Groundwater Reservoirs May Have Been Common On Mars
Mars Daily: November 23, 2010
Sleeping Mars Rover Finds Evidence of Liquid Water
Wired Science: October 28, 2010 by Lisa Grossman
Missing Piece Inspires New Look at Mars Puzzle
NASA News and Features: September 03, 2010
Hotspots leave magnetic scars on Mars
Puzzling 'strips' generate another controversial origin theory
Nature: June 25, 2010 by Eric Hand
Studies show more evidence of water on moon, Mars
Reuters: April 13, 2010 by Maggie Fox
Life on Mars Theory Boosted by New Methane Study
ScienceDaily: December 8, 2009
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Global warming controversy reaches NASA climate data
Climate change skeptic to sue

Washington Times: December 3, 2009 by Stephen Dinan
Sandtrapped Rover Makes a Big Discovery
Science at NASA: December 2, 2009 by Dauna Coulter
"Climate Gate" Development: CEI Files Notice of Intent to Sue NASA
American Spectator: November 24, 2009 by Chris Horner
The Red Planet was once blue... Giant ocean once covered third of Mars
Daily Mail: November 24, 2009 by Staff Reporter
Evidence of life on Mars lurks beneath surface of meteorite, Nasa experts claim
Times on Line: November 27, 2009 by Hannah Devlin
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Mars probe watches water-ice fade
BBC News: September 25, 2009 by Jonathan Amos
Is there a Life On Mars Conspiracy?
MarsNews: June 11, 2009 by Michael Moran
Evidence For Liquid Water On Early Frozen Mars
Mars Daily: June 1, 2009 by Ruth Dasso Marlaire
Briny pools 'may exist on Mars'
BBC News: March 24, 2009 by Paul Rincon
Natural antifreeze may keep Mars running with water
News Scientist: February 18, 2009 by David Shiga
First liquid water may have been spotted on Mars
New Scientist: February 18, 2009 by David Shiga
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What's painting dark streaks on Mars?
New Scientist:  February 14, 2009 by Staff Writers
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More Details Emerge on Possible Mars Hot Springs
Space. com: February 12, 2009 by Andrea Thompson
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Mars polar water is pure: study
Mars Daily: Jan 20, 2009 by Staff Writers
Martian Methane Reveals the Red Planet is not a Dead Planet
NASA: Jan 15, 2009 by Bill Steigerwald