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  1. michael
    June 2, 2010

    hebes chasma is a occupied site and has water all the way around it.ESA and NASA both know this.There is a 300ft white satt.dish on top left side of cliff look in shaded area.this is the mayan culture that visited earth 13000 yrs ago.I can show you easily if you.

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    • Nanook
      May 8, 2013

      Given that Hebes Chasma is over 8000 meters deep, 9120 meters at the deepest I believe, if there is anyplace on Mars that would likely be occupied, I would think this would be an excellent candidate. At that depth, the atmospheric pressure would probably be approaching Earth’s surface and given almost entirely carbon dioxide, probably sufficient for plant growth and to maintain water in a liquid state.

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