Have you ever thought that is any other planet in the solar system that has a chance to be the second planet including Earth that has life-like Earth? Well, one of the most essential elements for life is water, and cosmologists have discovered the existence of canyons, which proves that sometimes in the past there was ample water on Mars. Based on deep research scientists also have solid evidence that at present there is ice on Mars. This evidence helps us to believe that there is a tremendous possibility of life on Mars. It’s the only planet in our solar system that is known to ever have water and the proper temperature for life and atmosphere. An ancient streambed study also revealed the presence of minerals likely to have formed in the company of “relatively freshwater”. We have characterized very anciently, but strangely new gray Mars where conditions once were favorable for life. NASA’s space probe curiosity rover has exposed signs that prehistoric Mars had the essential elements necessary for supporting life. A rock sample analyzed by curiosity contained sulfur, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorous, and carbon. These elements are vital building blocks for life form and sources say that humans will be going to Mars in 2050. There are some risks to live on Mars. First is the atmosphere, Mars' atmosphere is thin against the Earth’s atmosphere. So, some solar radiation will enter the surface. Second is oxygen. Mars has little amount of oxygen. So, the human will have a problem breathing. The third is a storm. Every one hour on Mars, the storm comes. So, it might happen it damage houses. Now you decide should we live in mars or not?
By: Ansh Srivastava
School: Delhi Public School, GBN