By Matthew Dunn
AS another year comes to a close, so does 365 days of space exploration.
Never before in the evolution of humankind have we explored the cosmos and made amazing discoveries quite like we did in 2015.
While the secrets of the universe may not have been unlocked, some groundbreaking discoveries were made.
In the landmark year of space travel, no topic was more exciting than the prospect of colonising Mars.
With NASA hoping to make this happen by 2030, a lot of time, money and recourses have been devoted to learning all we can about the red planet.
FLOWING WATER ON MARS
The biggest space finding of the year had to be the discovery of flowing water on the red planet. [...]
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