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Mars’ underground brine could be a good source of oxygen – Ars Technica

Lab device splits water efficiently in Martian conditions.

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Enlarge/ The Pathfinder rover took this photo. It didn’t need oxygen, unlike the weak, fleshy humans that would like to follow its path.
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If humans are ever going to visit Mars, they may well need to make some crucial resources while they are there in order to survive long enough to explore and restock for the long return journey. Although the days of flowing surface water are long gone, the red planet is not entirely without the raw ingredients to make this work.

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