Clay-Bearing Sediments on Mars Indicate Life May Have Thrived on the Red Planet Billion Years Ago

Scientists, in a latest study, have found a region on the Red Planet that might have been “repeatedly habitable” until relatively late in Martian History. They have discovered the clay-bearing sediments within the Margaritifer Terra region of Mars. The region has some of the most extensively preserved landforms that were created by running water on its surface.

Clay-Bearing Sediments on Mars Indicate Life May Have Thrived on the Red Planet Billion Years Ago
Scientists, in a latest study, have found a region on the Red Planet that might have been “repeatedly habitable” until relatively late in Martian History. They have discovered the clay-bearing sediments within the Margaritifer Terra region of Mars. The region has some of the most extensively preserved landforms that were created by running water on its surface.