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Nitrates were identified on Mars in 2015.
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Nitrates were identified on Mars in 2015 by the Curiosity rover <ref>https://gizmodo.com/curiosity-has-found-nitrates-important-for-life-on-mars-1693288111</ref>.
Up to 25% of the original atmospheric nitrogen of Mars might be stored on the Martian Cryolith (frozen surface).
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Up to 25% of the original atmospheric nitrogen of Mars might be stored on the Martian Cryolite (frozen surface), in molecules such as HNO3.<ref>https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/978-3-642-27833-4_5087-2.pdf</ref>
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Nitrates could serve as fertilizer, or as a source of nitrogen for the settlement atmosphere.
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== References ==
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Latest revision as of 14:58, 10 July 2019

Nitrates were identified on Mars in 2015 by the Curiosity rover [1].

Up to 25% of the original atmospheric nitrogen of Mars might be stored on the Martian Cryolite (frozen surface), in molecules such as HNO3.[2]

Nitrates could serve as fertilizer, or as a source of nitrogen for the settlement atmosphere.

References