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The head of NASA assessed the chances of finding traces of life on Mars

Jim Bridenstein, head of the American National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), assessed the possibilities of finding life on the planet Mars during a video conference of the Mars Society. As Bridenstein pointed out, no trace of the existence of Martian life has yet been found, but the likelihood that it will continue to grow. The NASA chief also expressed confidence that research with instruments mounted on the Perseverance spacecraft will allow Mars to gather more information, particularly for soil sampling and a manned expedition.

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