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Life on Mars: Exploration & Evidence

Life on Mars: Exploration & Evidence

By daniele

When imagining where extraterrestrial life could live, no place can make images as great as Mars, one of the closest neighbors to the Earth. Humans have turned to Mars for centuries and imagined it as home to other creatures. Over the past 50 years, various explorations to Mars have been conducted to explore the possibility of such evolution. But how likely is life on Mars?

Habitable environment

Water is the key to searching for life, which is a common understanding among most astrobiologists. All life on Earth needs water, and life can evolve without precious fluids, but it is easier to look for conditions known to be optimal than those considered optimal.” This is the page of “5 Bold Claims on Alien Life”.

Mars has charmed us ever since we first saw it as a star-like object shining in the night sky. At first, the reddish colors of Mars were distinguished from sparkling sibling stars, and each one was attractive in its way, but there was no other planet that drew a red arc in the sky of Earth. In the late 1800s, telescopes first discovered interesting patterns and landforms on the surface of Mars, and scientists initially mistook them for the prosperity of Martian civilization. It is now known that no artificial structure exists on Mars. However, until 3.5 billion years ago, it has also been discovered that this dry, toxic planet may have been as livable as the Earth.

Understand the origin and ubiquity of life

The place where Persevens will land is where experts believe a lake was flooded 3.5 billion years ago, and a river was flowing. It is an ideal place to explore the traces of living microorganisms, test new technologies, and lay the foundation for future human exploration.