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Size Matters: Mars May Be Too Small to Support Life, Says New Study ...
By Loek Schreurs - September 24, 2021
Water is seen as one of the essential elements to contain life on planets. On Mars, water was found in the past, but not in a liquid form. New research also explains why the size of planets plays a role too. Mars seems to be too small in the end to contain life, besides the fact that there is no liquid water available.

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