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NASA scientist reveals colleagues who visited Scotland have been driving force behind themed names

A NASA planetary scientist has revealed how her two colleagues have been the driving force behind naming areas on Mars after Scottish locations. Abigail Fraeman...

Microgravity experiments could help space missions find water

New research on generating oxygen from water could help support long term missions to the Moon and Mars. Researchers at the University of Glasgow took...

Solving fossil mystery could aid quest for ancient life on Mars

The search for evidence of life on Mars could be helped by fresh insights into ancient rocks on Earth. Research which suggests that structures previously...

£177,000 study into the phenomenon of the deep-fried mars bar

A £177,000 study is being launched to understand the Scottish culinary phenomenon that is the deep-fried mars bar. The calorific snack is to be at...

Asteroid craters on Earth give clues in search for life on Mars

CRATERS made by asteroid impacts may be the best place to look for signs of life on other planets, a study suggests. Tiny organisms have...

Scots football fans already sick of England “overkill” ahead of 2010 World Cup

By Michael MacLeod CHOCOLATE giants Mars have scored an own goal with Scots football fans for “treating the UK as if it’s England” in their...

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