Ancient ‘bugs’ may be lurking beneath the surface of Mars
French scientists claimed Monday that ancient Mars may have had a microbe-filled subterranean habitat.
The results provide a gloomy picture of the universe and its workings.
Sauterey and his colleagues utilised temperature and terrain simulations to assess the habitability of the Martian crust 4 billion years ago
Sauterey believes these species swarmed wherever on Mars without ice, exactly as on early Earth.
Given Earth's nitrogen-dominated atmosphere, bacteria may have maintained temperate conditions, experts concluded.
The SETI Institute's Kaveh Pahlevan stated future Mars temperature simulations must include French findings.
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