Scientists involved in NASA's next mission mission say that it is easier to find signs of ancient life on Mars than Earth.
With the precise purpose of finding evidence of past creatures in 2021, the six-wheeled robot will land on this red planet. It will detect signs from the rocks that are 3.9 billion years old.
Researchers say that finding life on Earth 3.9 billion years ago is very difficult, but there may be a better defense condition on Mars.
This is due to the dynamic process of the planet, where rocks are constantly stimulated and recycled, so signs of life are removed. But the Red Planet stopped the process at the beginning of its history.
Ken Wilford of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California said, "For example, we believe that there is a plate drift process in Mars that often experiences in Earth's history."
"Most of the Earth's rock records have been destroyed by the movement under the ocean crust and the rocks on the surface have also been hot and squeezed, and they are not on Mars."
"So, it is possible that ancient rock on Mars is better than new rock," he told BBC News.
Jezro Crater shows strong evidence of the orbital activity of the past.
The new Mars will be placed close to the crater near the equator of Mars, near the Equator, and satellite observations suggest that once a deep lake came.
Scientists hope that if microbes stay around or around this water, the signs of their existence will remain in the sun. Today, the pond can easily be drilled.
One of the key goals would be carbonate deposits, which looks similar to the edges of the ancient lake.
"Carbonates are minerals that come out of the water. The real beauty of this process is that when they emit, they combine all the ingredients in the water, so that everything resides there can be saved." Minerals, "Brioni from Indiana's Purdue University Hogan explains.
Ideally, Mars will accidentally find structures that look like Stormotelite, which are carbonated domains produced by micro-organisms.
The rover will most often drill the riverbed samples to select a possible place and place the samples in a jar and will later leave it on the ground for recovery.
NASA and its European counterpart ESA are currently planning to recover 40 models of the Rover in the early 1930s.
Dr. Wilfordshire and Dr. Hogan is discussing the potential of Mars Rover at the American Geophysical Union (AGG) Fall Conference in Washington. This is the largest annual gathering of Earth and Space scientists.
According to the design of the new Mars Rover Curiosity robot, it was landed on Mars in 2012.
This will be an estimated copy of the car Curiosity, which has entered the Gal Crater in 2012.
It will use the same "SkyRine" technology, which gives very high delivery accuracy to previous machines. In addition to this, this rover has added an additional additional feature. Engineers have developed a dynamic mapping system called Terrain-Relative Navigation which will bring more precision to landings.
Mission's chief scientist Ken Furley told Agu conferencing that the road after landing of the Mars car has been prepared.
The robot will be equipped with an advanced navigation system which will allow it to count the best and most direct route between two points.
These should be accelerated to reach the various targets. "By good terrain, we will exercise more than 100 meters daily," Dr. Farel told BBC News.