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Curiosity Rover finds water could exist near Mars' surface




A self portrait of the Mars Curiosity Rover inside the Gale Crater.
A self portrait of the Mars Curiosity Rover inside the Gale Crater.
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With drought-stricken California doing all it can to protect any sources of water, there's one place in the universe where even the hint of water is cause for celebration: Mars, which is where NASA's Curiosity Rover has found that our very same H2O could exist as a liquid near the Martian surface.

Ashwin Vasavada, lead scientist on the Curiosity project, joins Take Two with more.