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"Water On Mars" Front Pages From Planet Earth

Plus, bonus coverage from the *celestial* hometown rag ...

"Water On Mars" Front Pages From Planet Earth
Bertrand Hauger

Water ahoy! NASA has confirmed the existence of flowing salty water on present-day Mars, fueling hopes — and worries? — of possible life on the red planet.

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has provided the strongest evidence yet that liquid water flows on the planet's surface during warm seasons.

According to The New York Times, the discovery represents a shift for NASA, where officials have repeatedly played down the notion that the dusty and desolate landscape of Mars could be inhabited today, as water resources could prove vital for future human explorers.

The news made the rounds on another planet:

USA

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USA Today

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Los Angeles Times


FRANCE

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"Drip, drip, is anybody there?" — Libération

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"We've found water on Mars" — L'Alsace


BRASIL

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"Marsea" — Folha de S. Paulo


UK

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The Times


ARGENTINA

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"Hopes for life on Mars discovered" — Clarin


CHINA

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"Proof of flowing water on Mars" — Oriental Morning Post


SOUTH AFRICA

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The Star


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Do We Need Our Parents When We Grow Up? Doubts Of A Young Father

As his son grows older, Argentine journalist Ignacio Pereyra wonders when a father is no longer necessary.

Do We Need Our Parents When We Grow Up? Doubts Of A Young Father

"Is it true that when I am older I won’t need a papá?," asked the author's son.

Ignacio Pereyra

It’s 2am, on a Wednesday. I am trying to write about anything but Lorenzo (my eldest son), who at four years old is one of the exclusive protagonists of this newsletter.

You see, I have a whole folder full of drafts — all written and ready to go, but not yet published. There’s 30 of them, alternatively titled: “Women who take on tasks because they think they can do them better than men”; “As a father, you’ll always be doing something wrong”; “Friendship between men”; “Impressing everyone”; “Wanderlust, or the crisis of monogamy”, “We do it like this because daddy say so”.

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