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Breathing on Mars? NASA just made oxygen from thin air

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First it was the Ingenuity helicopter taking flight, now NASA has created the first oxygen on Mars, generating enough to sustain a Martian astronaut for 10 minutes. It's thanks to an instrument called MOXIE, and it could be a game changer for terraforming the red planet.

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