Life on Mars breakthrough: ‘GAME-CHANGER’ after major study

The paper’s first author, Yohey Suzuki from the University of Tokyo, said: “I am now almost over-expecting that I can find life on Mars.

“If not, it must be that life relies on some other process that Mars does not have, like plate tectonics.”

Prof Suzuki, who helped collect the samples, estimated to be 13.5 million, 33.5 million and 104 million years old, as part of the ongoing Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) in late 2010 and has been studying them ever since.

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