Water Found in 2 Billion Year Old Martian Meteorite

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Scientists examining a 2 billion-year-old rock from Mars that landed in the Sahara desert say it holds a large amount of water for a Martian meteorite. Experts at the University of New Mexico say the rock has about 30 times the water of other Mars meteorites.