The 4.4 billion year-old Martian meteorite, which was found a few years ago in the Moroccan desert, is a piece of planet's crust, it has been revealed.
The fossilised remains of Martian
bugs have been found on a meteorite that crashed into the
Antarctic some 13,000 years ago.
A new analysis has suggested that a rock found on Mars in 1996, which was claimed by scientists to host life, has minerals which could have only been formed in a habitable environment.
In a new research, scientists have found evidence on the Martian terrain that points towards a recent ice age on the Red Planet.
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