The NASA probe could detect evidence of life on Mars, but they were destroyed.
A new analysis of data from 40 years ago, suggests that NASA (National aerospace Agency of the USA) could detect evidence of life on Mars, but they were destroyed on the way to the Ground.
The Rover “Viking” were sent to Mars in 1976 to detect signs of organic matter, but returned without results.
However, after repeated study of the data the mission was able to establish that the Rover has found organic matter — chlorobenzene, which was created as a result of reaction with the salt contained in the Martian soil.
Most likely, the Rover just burned the carbon molecules in the rocks on the surface of Mars, as used in the search method of heating the soil. To such conclusion scientists have come after have found that salt called perchlorate contained in propellant, with strong heating may ignite.
Meanwhile, researcher Melissa all along, Guzman suggests that organic chlorobenzene could be added to the surface of the red planet from Earth by the Rover “Viking”.
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