Researchers say they have discovered new evidence that Mars once had a large northern ocean. The finding adds to existing evidence that ancient Mars had the right conditions to possibly support some form of life.

NASA's Mars Express Mission was launched on April 7 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida to investigate far-flung areas along the Red Planet, but delays plagued flights back and forth between the two spaces before ending late last month. After the two began docking in the Satka-Pilot homeport, Cape Gee was supposed to take off at 12:01 a.m., but just four hours later the spacecraft had moved so rapidly that crew members got into space just 37 minutes after liftoff.

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