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NASA rover Curiosity finds water in Mars soil - report

 
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NASA rover Curiosity finds water in Mars soil - report
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"It's only there at a 0.5% level in the soil but it impedes thyroid function," she said. "If humans are there and are coming into contact with fine-grained dust, we have to think about how we live with that hazard. To me it's a good connection between the science we do and the future human exploration of Mars."
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"I do think it's inevitable that we'll send people there and so let's do its as smartly as we can. Let's get as smart as we can before we go,” she said.

The soil on Mars also showed the existence of a chemical called perchlorate, which can be toxic to humans.

"It's only there at a 0.5% level in the soil but it impedes thyroid function," she said. "If humans are there and are coming into contact with fine-grained dust, we have to think about how we live with that hazard. To me it's a good connection between the science we do and the future human exploration of Mars."
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"I do think it's inevitable that we'll send people there and so let's do its as smartly as we can. Let's get as smart as we can before we go,” she said.

The soil on Mars also showed the existence of a chemical called perchlorate, which can be toxic to humans.

"It's only there at a 0.5% level in the soil but it impedes thyroid function," she said. "If humans are there and are coming into contact with fine-grained dust, we have to think about how we live with that hazard. To me it's a good connection between the science we do and the future human exploration of Mars."
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On the PLUS side, perchlorate is one of the primary ingredients in some types of ROCKET FUEL... I believe the Shuttle SRB's used it.

So what are the chances we could land some automated fuel production probes on the red planet a couple years ahead of the manned mission, and let them dig this shit up and turn it into the NASA equivalent of hi-test unleaded?

Seems plausible at least.
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i think they manipulating us with this news... and propably they found water allready long time ago and everyone know there is water on mars. moon is what we need to look at

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