NASA's Perseverance Rover Discovers Samples Of Microbial Life On Mars

NASA's Perseverance rover has gathered some of the most crucial samples in an investigation of an old river delta while finding signs of life on Mars.

NASA's second rover, Perseverance, successfully landed on Mars in February 2021 after being launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, in July 2020.

According to CNN, rock samples that may have maintained the distinctive bio-signatures are being collected by Perseverance.

As of now, there are 12 rock samples on the rover.

According to Mr Farley, Perseverance has spent more than 550 Sols, or Martian days, discovering that the crater floor's past is more complicated than first thought.

The scientific team currently thinks that before the crater held a lake bed, there was some intense volcanic activity, maybe even a lava lake, based on the discoveries of inventive rock created by volcanic action.