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Oxygen on Mars behaving in a way scientists can't explain
Atmospheric gases on Mars sure provide us with plenty of mystery. First, there was that business with the disappearing, reappearing methane. Now, oxygen levels have been observed rising and falling over the Gale Crater, by amounts that just don't fit any known chemical processes.
Curiosity rover finds organic matter, unidentified methane source on Mars
NASA's Curiosity rover has found organic molecules in ancient sedimentary rock collected from Mars' surface. The rover's labs also confirmed seasonal fluctuations of methane in the Martian atmosphere.
Curiosity drills Mars rock sample for first time in two years
After a two-year stint on the disabled list, Curiosity's drill is working again. This week, the Mars rover successfully collected a rock sample for the first time in almost two years.
NASA's Curiosity rover spots purple rocks on Mars
Mars may appear red when viewed from Earth, but NASA's Curiosity rover has captured an up-close photo of the planet's mountainous landscape, with purple-colored rocks littered across the foreground.
Curiosity data show Martian crust contributed to Red Planet's atmosphere
New isotopic analysis by the Curiosity rover's Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM), instrument suite suggests the Red Planet's surface has contributed to the evolution of the Martian atmosphere.
Curiosity rover analysis suggests Mars has oxygen-rich history
Analysis of rocks and sand by NASA's Mars rover Curiosity suggests Mars was once much more like Earth than previously thought.
Curiosity finds signs of explosive volcanic past on Mars
Bombarding Martian rock with X-rays, NASA’s Curiosity rover has dug up the first mineral evidence of an explosive type of volcano on Mars that can also be found on Earth.
How curiosity changes brain to enhance learning
The more curious we are about a topic, the easier it is to learn information about that topic. New research provides insights into what happens in our brains when curiosity is piqued. The findings could help scientists find ways to enhance overall learning and memory in both healthy individuals and those with neurological conditions.

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