A big answer to question, Is there Life on Mars?; Scientists found evidence of iron and calcium- rich carbonates

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Washington: The Scientists have found evidence for widespread buries deposits of iron- and calcium- rich carbonates on the red planet, they presumes Mars once hosted habitable environments with liquid water. The instances of such report is disclosed by the SETI Institute’s Janice Bishop from United States, and he also said that “Identification of these ancient carbonates and clays on Mars represents a window into history when the climate on Mars was very different from the cold and dry desert of today.”

It was observed that the Mars’s environment was ‘warmer and wetter’, and it is suggesting that the Carbonates beneath the surface of the red planet. Moreover, the life’s emergence on Mars could have been promoted by the existence of the liquid water. Moreover, as the red planet is currently observed as dry and cold, the scientists have been debating ‘energetically’ about the fate of water on Mars.

Moreover, the Mars of once hosting habitable environment with liquid water, is evidenced from the view of the scientists that the bedrock of Mars should be full of carbonates and clays if water did once flow on its surface.

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