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Salts Could Be Important Piece of Martian Organic Puzzle, NASA Scientists Find

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“The fact that there’s organic matter preserved in 3-billion-year-old rocks, and we found it at the surface, is a very promising sign that we might be able to tap more information from better preserved samples below the surface,” Eigenbrode said. She worked with Lewis on this new study.

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