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Dr Geoffrey Bromiley finds meteor impacts on Mars may wipe out any signs of life inside craters

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References

TitleHave signs of Martian life been obliterated by meteorite blasts? Extreme pressures during impact may wipe out organic compounds, study finds
Media name/outletMail Online
Date of coverage9/08/16
TitleMeteorites might destroy evidence of life on Mars
Media name/outletIFLScience
Date of coverage9/08/16
TitleIs there life on Mars? Meteorites may be destroying the evidence
Media name/outletLab Online
Date of coverage9/08/16
TitleLife on Mars may be hidden beneath surface
Media name/outletBL on Campus
Date of coverage9/08/16
TitleLife on Mars may be hidden beneath surface
Media name/outletIndian Express
Date of coverage9/08/16
TitleLife on Mars may be hidden deep beneath surface
Media name/outletAfghanistan Sun
Date of coverage9/08/16
TitleDid meteorite impacts sterilize subsurface Mars life?
Media name/outletSeeker.com
Date of coverage9/08/16
TitleMeteor blasts destroy Mars life signs
Media name/outletSky at Night magazine
Date of coverage9/08/16
TitleWe may be looking for life on Mars in the all wrong places
Media name/outletBusiness Insider
Date of coverage9/08/16
TitleSigns of Martian life may be hidden deep below planet surface
Media name/outletNDTV
Date of coverage9/08/16
TitleMeteors might have wiped out evidence of life on Mars in the places we’re looking
Media name/outletE! Scientific News
Date of coverage13/08/16

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