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Life on Mars in the Ancient Past

Life on Mars in the Ancient Past

Could it be plausible that, in the very distant past, Mars was once a fertile planet with water, vegetation and other forms of life? On the barren red planet we find many dried up rivers and seas, and often it is said in scientific circles that water is a requirement for life (actually the kind of life we are familiar with). A disaster must have happened that disturbed the ecological system of this planet that would have lead to the existence of all life on the planet, save for possibly any micro-organisms.

THEMIS image 1
Fragment from the map by Mars Odyssey's THEMIS
(Mars Thermal Emission Imaging System), dated 23 June 2010.
The imprint of a former riverbed is clearly shown.

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