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Researchers may be close to identifying one of the simplest forms of life on Mars—the presence of carbons. With the use of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), Calgary-based seismic software company Seisware, in partnership with NASA, has launched the world’s first 3D subsurface data recovery and processing (seismic or radar) in outer space for the polar caps on Mars. In doing so, the firm has moved the latest generation of seismic technology into deep outer space.

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