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No Methane on Mars – at least not now in Gale Crater…

POSTED BY: S. DOMAGAL-GOLDMAN
 
The MSL/Curiosity team just announced that “So far we have no definitive detection of methane.” They’ve limited it to less than 5 parts per billion at a 95% confidence level. Why should you care? Why shouldn’t you care? Read on…
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