Nature Live Online: Water on Mars

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Scientists have found exciting evidence for liquid water on Mars.

What does this mean for the search for life there? How do scientists investigate the presence of water on another planet, both past and present, from ancient lake beds to river channels and deltas?

Join Museum scientist Zach Dickeson to learn about the history of water on Mars and what this reveals about the evolution of our nearest planetary neighbour.

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