Thursday, May 3, 2012

Mars could be habitable as reports are suggesting

Researchers have reported in the journal Science that the environment of Mars could be habitable for the life. They have hypothesized after the evidences of water flows, zinc deposits and veins of gypsum in the rocks.

“The rover discovered evidence for low temperature liquid water and environments that would be conducive for life,” said Scott M. McLennan, Professor of Geochemistry at Stony Brook University and one of the members of the team of the research.

He added, “If we found this on Earth there would be no question that you could find evidence of life,”

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