Life on Mars would have gone extinct more than 1.3 billion years ago

humans have been obsessed with the question as to whether there is life elsewhere in the universe

 as there are hints that the red planet may have had microbial life in its youth. 

Martell's team is not searching for biosignatures in this space debris

the international team found water would have been far too limited to support life.

the Swedish geologists determined the limited extent to which water interacted with grains of a mineral called olivine

These specimens are expected to reveal more details about water on Mars

Because water was crucial to the evolution of life on Earth,

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