NASA has found evidence of potential life on both Mars and Mercury along with all the building blocks necessary for life to have once thrived on both planets.
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NASA’s satellite, Messenger, scanning Mercury’s surface, has found some very surprising details on the planet over the past few days. At first, the satellite found massive amounts of ice trapped in the North and South poles of the planet, even though the majority of the surface reaches a scorching 900 degrees. Now on this ice, they found some sort of a black substance, relatable to tar. Scientists think this substance is amde heavily of carbon materials and it is of organic origin. Now let’s look at Mars. The Mars rover, Curiosity has recently been digging in the same spot and NASA will make an announcement today on their finds. But it’s believed we now know where all the methane on Mars is coming from and that we also have found all the essential building blocks of life on Mars.
So it’s quite possible life was actually once thriving in our own Solar System, that leaves the question, what happened to all that life? Perhaps we’ll find those answers one day on Mars. But before that can happen, we need to find out if any aliens are right next door. Who knows, we could even be Martian descendants.
Should we be scared of what our future holds? We face bigger challenges than the entire human race has faced before. New enemies, encountering the dangers of space, and the development of dangerous technologies.
As Stephen Hawking said, “We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But we can understand the universe. That makes us something very special.”
In order to break this mold of being distant relatives of monkeys. We have to prove ourselves to the universe. We must strive for the advancement and the protection of our race. Our first big mission should be our arrival on Mars. Not with a robot, but our own two feet. To say we have stepped foot on another planet is a far greater accomplishment than stepping foot on our own local moon.
Will the day ever come that we can actually leave our Solar System? I believe so, but that will more than likely be after even my life-time. Currently we aren’t expected to arrive on Mars even within the next ten-years. So travel past the outer asteroid belt and into the depths of the Milky Way galaxy is a feat for our ancestors. All we can do is lay the ground work for the advancement of the human-race.