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Discovered: 21 Martian organic cell/tissue remains in a singlesubstrate.

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Old 09-13-2008, 12:51 PM
Lin Liangtai
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Default Discovered: 21 Martian organic cell/tissue remains in a singlesubstrate.



Discovered: 21 organic cell/tissue remains on Mars in a single
substrate.

Fig. 1 below shows 21 obvious Martian cell/tissue remains in a single
substrate of the optical microscope on board Phoenix Mars Lander . The
photomicrograph was taken on Sol 101. The issue should now be settled
regarding whether or not there were cells on
Mars.

Fig. 1: Cell remains A to E had diameters ranging from 13 micrometers
to 20 micrometers. Cell remains F to L had diameters ranging from 13
micrometers to 21 micrometers. The remainders were tissue remains of
26 to 29 micrometers in diameter.
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