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NASA's rover Curiosity crawls up the side of Vera Rubin Ridge on Mars' surface in January 2018. Mount Sharp — a 3-mile-high mountain — can be seen in the distance. MSSS/ NASA/JPL-Caltech hide caption

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Exploring The Mysterious Origins Of Mars' 3-Mile-High Sand Pile

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NASA says it has found proof that water shaped the rocks on the left, in a photograph taken by the Mars rover Curiosity (left). For comparison, the agency released an image of rocks from the Earth (right). NASA hide caption

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Streams Of Water Once Flowed On Mars; NASA Says Photos Prove It

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David Oh, wife Bryn and his children Braden, 13, Ashlyn, 10, and Devyn, 8, picnic in Santa Monica beach at about 1 a.m. David Oh hide caption

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Jet-Lagged: NASA Engineer And His Family Are Living On Mars Time

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