An illustration issued on Tuesday depicts the UAE’s Hope probe entering Mars orbit. Image: UAE Space Agency handout via EPA-EFE An illustration issued on Tuesday depicts the UAE’s Hope probe entering Mars orbit. Image: UAE Space Agency handout via EPA-EFE
An illustration issued on Tuesday depicts the UAE’s Hope probe entering Mars orbit. Image: UAE Space Agency handout via EPA-EFE
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Scientists detect water vapour emanating from Mars

  • The discovery offers new clues about whether the red planet could have once hosted life
  • The findings come as probes from China and the UAE enter the planet’s orbit in an exciting week for Martian research

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An illustration issued on Tuesday depicts the UAE’s Hope probe entering Mars orbit. Image: UAE Space Agency handout via EPA-EFE An illustration issued on Tuesday depicts the UAE’s Hope probe entering Mars orbit. Image: UAE Space Agency handout via EPA-EFE
An illustration issued on Tuesday depicts the UAE’s Hope probe entering Mars orbit. Image: UAE Space Agency handout via EPA-EFE
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