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The Mars 2020 rover has rolled into an ancient river delta on the Red Planet. Will we find evidence of past life there?
Water may have flowed on Mars for a billion more years than was previously thought, giving possible life an extra billion years to thrive.
NASA’s Jim Green and Mary Voytek want the science community to develop tools that will help us evaluate potential evidence of life beyond Earth.
Georgetown University planetary scientist Sarah Stewart Johnson chronicles the long history of our fascination with Mars and the possibility of life there, culminating with Perseverance, the new rover now headed there.
The search for life on Mars is at a critical stage. What will come next if we find it?