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* Mars sample return pages: [[Mars Sample Receiving Facility and sample containment|MSR facility]] - [[Mars Sample Return Legal Issues and International Public Debate| Legal Issues]] - [[Discussion of science value of a Mars sample return |science value]] - [[Dissenting views on Mars sample return back contamination risks|Dissenting views on back contamination risks]]
  
 
Life elsewhere
 
Life elsewhere

Latest revision as of 22:12, 2 July 2020

Carl Sagan with a model of the Viking Lander in Death Valley California. Viking 1 and 2 were the first spacecraft to search for present day life on Mars, indeed, the only spacecraft to ever search for life outside of Earth. But with new discoveries about the possibilities for liquid water both in microhabitats on Mars and the subsurface oceans of Europa and Enceladus, and the ethane / methane seas of Titan this is a top priority for future missions.

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