Scientists says Mars is too dry for alien life
A new study by a research team at the Imperial College in London shows that mars is too dry to host any form of life. This research team spent three years meticulously examining individual particles of soil from mars.
An analysis of Martian soil, collected during NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander mission in 2008, has revealed that its surface had been dry for such a long time and there has been no life on the surface for at least 600 million years. They found that planet is suffering a super-drought.