New Evidence Of Flowing Water On Mars Is Here

New Evidence Of Flowing Water On Mars Is Here
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It has been revealed that there’s new evidence of flowing water on Mars. Check out the latest reports about this below.

Water on Mars and what this means

Mars and everything surrounding it has been a topic of fascination for humanity since ancient times. The red planet, whose hue is visible even with the naked eye, has been regarded as a god, a planet of aliens, a planet of invaders, and more.

Scientific research over several decades has led to the conclusion that Mars once had water on its surface millions of years ago, and potentially life. However, conclusive evidence of the latter is yet to be discovered.

Nevertheless, scientists are confident that Mars was a watery world in the past. Recently, NASA’s rover, Perseverance, which is currently exploring the Martian surface, discovered evidence of gushing water.

NASA recently released a photo of Mars’ Jezero Crater, captured by the Mastcam-Z camera of its Perseverance rover.

The image depicts an interesting collection of rocks and pebbles scattered around the location known as ‘Castell Henllys’. NASA has stated that these rocks and pebbles were brought in by strong floodwaters billions of years ago.

One of the primary goals of the Perseverance mission is to find conclusive evidence of life on another planet, particularly in the field of Astrobiology.

Even the discovery of micro-organisms or their fossils on Mars would be a groundbreaking achievement, although it may not necessarily be the antenna-bearing aliens that we often see in popular media.

“Why do we always search for water on other planets? The answer is right here on our own planet. After Earth’s lifeless phase in the early years of its formation, life started in water in the form of microorganisms, which led to the development of complex aquatic organisms.

Scientists believe that animals and plants on land developed afterwards.

It is almost certain that if a planet has water, there are greater chances of it developing life forms.

One of the favorite candidates for the search for life is Europa, a satellite of Jupiter. Europa is a frozen world, but scientists believe that there is a vast liquid ocean below the thick ice cover which may harbor life.”


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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