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Originally posted by dugzdanglindiner
If it still within the realm of possibility that there is indeed water on Mars...why in the pratel is in not still in the realm of possibilty that there might be trees...especially right on the edge of terrain such as this? You're dis-belief of my query in a public forum like this sk. ovrlrd. is offensive. I had a post removed for the same reason!!! (but I ADMITTED it was insensitive) Thankyou for showing the rest of the board members how encouraging future "MODERATORS" should act.
Squyres said scientists were also puzzled by what he called a "chemical glue" that was holding the fine grains of reddish soil together in minuscule clumps.
“We have scored a 300-million-mile, interplanetary hole in one, and we are inside an impact crater,” Steve Squyres, the principal science investigator for the rover mission, told reporters at a Sunday afternoon briefing."