Data captured by one of the Curiosity rover's instruments suggests Mars transitioned back and forth between wetter and drier times before losing its surface water completely around three billion years ago.
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Mars didn't lose all of its water at once, based on Curiosity rover find - CNN

(CNN)Mars was a warm, wet planet that was likely capable of supporting life billions of years ago. Something caused the planet to lose its atmosphere and turn into the harsh, frozen desert it is toda… [+2988 chars]

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