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Astrobiologists Corroborate Microbes to Be Livable on Martian Atmosphere

Astrobiologists Corroborate Microbes to Be Livable on Martian Atmosphere

The concerns, regarding the capability Mars to sustain living organisms just moved a step forward, some Astrobiologists have claimed some microbes to be livable on the Martian Surface. A team of Astrobiologists, after going through a detailed experiment, has claimed that microbes can continue to exist on the insensitive strictures of Red Planet.

The new report confirmed about the compatible livability of the microbes on the Red Planet, which once accommodated water, and currently hosts skinny atmosphere with extremely powerful waves. Life on Mars is yet a matter of question and researcher, across the globe are giving their utmost effort to make life survive on the harsh parameter of Martian Surface. However, the authentication about the livability of Mars is still far-flung. But now, after coming across the new research report, scientists are looking forward to the survival of living on the Red Planet soon.

The study, published in Astrobiology magazine this week, also stated that certain microbial lives could easily stay alive on Mars, despite its harsh atmosphere and extremely thin environment, filled with intense rays. Working on the initiative about the livability of the microbes on Mars, the lead researcher of the study Rebecca Mickol, an astrobiologist at the Arkansas Center for Space and Planetary Sciences at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville has confirmed this view.

According to Mickol, the microbes that can survive on all the notorious ecologies on Earth could also survive on Mars. He also reasoned that there are no reasons to believe that, the microbe which is able to live on each and every atmosphere of Earth, couldn’t be able to survive Mars’ thin atmosphere. Every atmosphere of our own planet is packed with some particular kind of microorganisms and hence it is hard to judge about their nonattendance on other planets and even on the moon.”

Mars, the fourth planet of the terrestrial system, which once was flaunted with lakes, rivers, lakes, and also one huge deep-sea, today is basically a waterless, red, rock-strewn planet with almost no inhabitable environment and no water. Due to the course of evolution, the planet has become incongruous for the existence of lives. However, the new discovery has raised a new hope about the livability of the planet.

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