Life on Mars, according to Nasa researchers, is most likely hiding in deep subterranean caverns. The US space agency will deploy a new rover to Mars this summer to study this.
According to Space.com, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory research scientist Vlada Stamenkovic recently stated this notion at the Mars Extant Life conference.
According to the scientist:
“The surface of Mars is a highly oxidizing, radiation-heavy environment in which liquid water cannot be kept stable for long periods of time. It’s the worst area on Mars to seek signs of life. On Mars, groundwater is the only place where life may survive.”
Yes, the surface of Mars is dry, chilly, and filled with radiation. Aliens could be able to live in underground caverns.
NASA researchers seek to build nimble robots that might investigate Mars’ cave networks. The Astrogeology Science Center of the US Geological Survey documented over 1,000 cave openings on Mars.
In the 2030s, NASA also intends to send humans to Mars. Maybe NASA is now checking to see if there are any aliens that may pose a threat to mankind. Many manmade structures have previously been discovered on Mars.
In the video below, we look into various leaks on Mars in further detail.