NASA rover discovers life on Mars
Evidence of life has been found on Mars. NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover has discovered an organic mixture in the soil of Mars. NASA scientists claim that this organic mixture can be of two types – biological or inorganic. But this is considered one of the greatest achievements in the history of astronomy.
NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover has invented an organic mixture called Life Thief.
Researchers Jacob Heinz and Dirk Schulz Makush said the discovery of theophynes on Mars increased the likelihood that life might have existed there sometime. Both researchers, working on the second rover that travels to Mars, believe that the surface of Mars, which is composed of theophytes in the soil, indicates that there may have been a micro-life here or there would still be micro-life there. This report by Heinz and Makush is published in Science General Astrobiology.
Organic mixtures such as theophytes can be made in two ways. The first- biological means that life on a planet is microscopic or second- a meteorite has come to life on the planet. Theophylline can also be formed by sulfate reduction at 120 સે C if its chemical process is observed. But there will be no biological process. While thiophene can also be made from living things. Heinz and Makush believe that the Theophanes may be as old as 300 million years on Mars. This is the case, when Mars was very hot and wet. Then there would have been the full potential of life on this planet which caused sulfate reduction and theophytes.
Hinges and Makush wrote in their report that theophylline on earth is made up of biological processes. But it would be a little difficult to check the veracity of whether theophytes are organic or inorganic on Mars. However, NASA’s recurring robotic curiosity on Mars has given many hints that theophynes discovered on the red planet are biological. However, very close study is needed. Scientists hope that another rover to Mars will re-examine and validate the research done by Curiosity. Because it has a much better and more sophisticated molecular analyzer installed in the rover than Curiosity.
Another Mars rover is named Rosalind Franklin. Rosalind Franklin is expected to be sent to Mars by 2022. It will work for seven months on the surface of the red planet. It was created jointly by the European and Russian space agencies. It weighs 310kg.