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COSMIC SECRETS
The Enigmas on Mars

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Blue Bird's Contribution
Member of ATS
Discussion Thread at ATS About These Anomalies
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The True Color of Mars
Strange Land Formations on Mars
Weather Phenomena on Mars
Vegetation on Mars?
CO² VS H²O Is There Liquid Water on Mars?
PEGASUS FILES:
Space Worms Land in B.C., After Hopping Shuttle

Thousands of worms that hitched a ride to Earth on the shuttle Atlantis have arrived safely at a B.C. university, where they could shed light on how space radiation affects humans.

The worms landed with the shuttle Friday afternoon at Edwards Air Force Base in California, six months after their ancestors now long dead were sent to the International Space Station.

    C. elegans similar to these are at B.C.'s Simon Fraser University so researchers can study the effects of space radiation after dozens of generations reproduced at the International Space Station.C. elegans similar to these are at B.C.'s Simon Fraser University so researchers can study the effects of space radiation after dozens of generations reproduced at the International Space Station.
    (Simon Fraser University/Canadian Press) 

"The worms are at the lab and appear to be fine," molecular biologist Bob Johnsen told CBC News on Monday.

SOURCE CBC NEWS

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Amazonis Planitia
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