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Rare fragments of Martian meteorites have been investigated at the University of Leicester revealing one of the ways water flowed near the surface of Mars. Scientists at the University's Space Research Centre, in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, examined five meteorite samples --
including the very first nakhlite, found a century ago. Nakhlites are a form of meteorite known to have originated on Mars. They are named after the village of El-Nakhla in Egypt where the first one was found in 1911.