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Mars Rover hits JACKPOT in search for life


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Curiosity Rover hits JACKPOT in search for ALIEN life on Mars
NASA’S Curiosity Rover has hit the “jackpot” in the search for alien life on Mars, researchers have sensationally claimed.

Scientists believe that the Curiosity Rover has collected very promising data in the search for life elsewhere in the universe.

The machine, which has been on the Red Planet since August 2012, has collected samples from a crater which shows convincing signs that Mars could home life or once did.

Samples from a spot known as the Gale Crater shows that there is an abundance of mineral deposits which provide evidence that there was once water and that environmental conditions are suitable for life.

John Grotzinger, a geologist from the California Institute of Technology, was speaking at the annual American Geophysical Union in San Francisco when he said: “We see all of the properties in place that we really like to associate with habitability.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/748754/ALIEN-life-on-Mars-curiosity-rover-nasa


 

 

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http://www.universetoday.com/99439/watery-science-jackpot-discovered-by-curiosity/

 

 

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I would not be surprised if Mars did have some form of life on it once. But if it does have anything on there now, it is still not suitable for man kind. Whether it will be in the future is still along way off...we have no idea what our own planet has in store for us. What we do know is Earth is suitable for man to live on .Mars is not.

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Not a fork as well now?!

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I suspect that any life found in a crater would be very, very thin life.

At some point. 'all the conditions being right' raises more questions than answers.

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On 31/12/2016 at 7:54 PM, PersonFromPorlock said:

I suspect that any life found in a crater would be very, very thin life.

At some point. 'all the conditions being right' raises more questions than answers.

 

Thin life? Please explain?

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OK so it is possible to find fossiles of primitive animals curently on Mars.

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3 minutes ago, seanjo said:

Imagine if there were life...what gives us the right to land on that Planet, any Planet or Moon that has life, take samples, interfere in that life's possible evolution?

What say's we can't? It is perfectly possible to study microbial life without interfering in it's evolution. 

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On 01/02/2017 at 9:02 AM, seeder said:

 

Thin life? Please explain?

Squished.

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2 hours ago, seanjo said:

Studying and interfering are two separate things. As long as we study without interfering.

Surely the Mars Rover contains micro-organisms from Earth.

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14 minutes ago, acute said:

Surely the Mars Rover contains micro-organisms from Earth.

Well, they take care to make sure, or try as much as they can, to make sure that they're completely sterile before they set off.

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15 minutes ago, Manfred von Dreidecker said:

Well, they take care to make sure, or try as much as they can, to make sure that they're completely sterile before they set off.

I find it hard to believe that anything sent from Earth has completely sterile components.

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8 hours ago, seanjo said:

Imagine if there were life...what gives us the right to land on that Planet, any Planet or Moon that has life, take samples, interfere in that life's possible evolution?

We absolutely have no right but what's stopping us to be honest human being is not benevolent as you might think  wars have been fought over gold and even buffaloes I guess 

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