Could Life From Earth Live On Mars? Simple Question, Complex Answer, But In A Word… Maybe!

Space travel has never been more en-vogue. With Perseverance, the rover that Nasa spent over $2 billion on its mission to Mars, which is now sending back incredible imagery and videos as it goes on a two-year hike around the red planet, everyone wants the answer to this burning question.

Could Mars support life from Earth? Scientists who have spent months studying this question and looking for an answer believe they know.

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