Mars Rock Samples, NASA Says, Potentially Habitable Red Planet

Rock samples were collected by NASA’s Perseverance from the dry lake bottom of Mars’ Jezero Crater.

The sample reveals the Red Planet once had a potentially habitable sustainable environment.
NASA shares analysis of the first rock samples collected by Perseverance.

The core sample has a basaltic composition, which scientists think may have formed from ancient lava flows. This can provide a timeline of ancient lakes – from when they were formed to when they disappeared. There is also groundwater found in the rocks, which NASA says suggests Mars is a potentially habitable sustainable environment.

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Editor: Ngarto Februana




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