Mars was once thought to be dead and desolate. There were a lot of wonderful ideas going throughout the world. In recent decades, research has revealed how little man understands space.
Mars, on the other hand, was discovered to be livable just lately. It’s only that no one knows who lives on this planet yet, according to experts. Mars, on the other hand, was formerly the same as Earth.
Water, on the other hand, has just lately been discovered on Mars. According to International Space Station research, microbes do not require the same level of comfort as humans to exist.
Tardigrades, for example, have been detected on every continent, from mountain peaks to the deep sea and mud volcanoes, and from tropical rainforests to Antarctica.
Tardigrades are among the most durable creatures known, surviving severe temperatures, pressures (both high and low), lack of air, radiation, dehydration, and hunger that would kill most other species.
The existence of such life forms on other worlds is not a concern. Alien life will almost certainly be discovered in the not-too-distant future. Microbes might be lurking beneath Mars’ surface. Scientists have determined that live microbes have gone to the depths based on the results of geochemical investigations.
The Perseverance rover was instrumental in making this feasible. According to New Atlas, a new study also demonstrates that bacteria survive and flourish there.