Curiosity finds that Mars’ methane changes with the seasons

The rover also discovered more signs of organic molecules

Curiosity rover

TURN, TURN, TURN  Curiosity took this selfie on Mars in February. The rover has found what appears to be a seasonal cycle of methane in the Martian atmosphere and more signs of organic molecules in the soil.


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