For the first time in history, scientists have surprisingly discovered a halo of green light around Mars that resembles aurora lights emitted by the emission of oxygen into the Earth’s atmosphere.
According to an article published in the British journal Nature Astro Naomi, the observation was made by Orbiter of the European Space Agency while orbiting Mars.
Experts say the light has never been seen on a planet other than Earth before.
According to experts, when sunlight collides with atoms and molecules in the atmosphere around the planet, these rays are produced as a result.
Scientists say the observation shows that we need to know more about other planets and that research into the Martian atmosphere could lead to evidence of past life there.
Remember that in June 2018, scientists revealed the existence of life and an alien creature on Mars.
According to a report by Space.com, modern research by NASA has revealed that alien life has been found on Mars from the bottom of a lake.
Scientists say data from NASA’s Curiosity Rover spacecraft on Mars show that the artifacts were found in the bottom of a 3 billion-year-old lake with traces of organic compounds.