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Did Martians Make Borons?
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08/19/2022 03:17 AM
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"Boron is rare in the Universe and solar system due to trace formation in the Big Bang and in stars. It is formed in minor amounts in cosmic ray spallation nucleosynthesis and may be found uncombined in cosmic dust and meteoroid materials."
"On 5 September 2017, scientists reported that the Curiosity rover detected boron (note 1), an essential ingredient for life on Earth, on the planet Mars. Such a finding, along with previous discoveries that water may have been present on ancient Mars, further supports the possible early habitability of Gale Crater on Mars."
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Last Edited by Wretch Fossil on 08/19/2022 04:11 AM