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Forget about Mars; take a look at the moths all around you

Sunday, August 25, 2013
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At this very moment a handful of remote-controlled cars is sending radio signals across the void of space in an attempt to help us learn about Mars. We know that it’s about half the size of Earth, we have learned that the average temperature is 64 degrees below zero and that Mars is a lot more like Earth than we ever suspected. But the big question remains, “is there (or was there) life on Mars?”...

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