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This artist's concept illustrates the fate of two different planets: the one on the top is similar to Earth, made up largely of silicate-based rocks with oceans coating its surface. The one on the bottom is rich in carbon -- and dry. Chances are low that life as we know it, which requires liquid water, would thrive under such barren conditions. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
10/29/13

 

This artist's concept illustrates the fate of two different planets: the one on the top is similar to Earth, made up largely of silicate-based rocks with oceans coating its surface. The one on the bottom is rich in carbon -- and dry. Chances are low that life as we know it, which requires liquid water, would thrive under such barren conditions. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech



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