Mars may have supported life in the past

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FLORIDA – NASA says there’s new evidence Mars may have supported life in the past.

The rover Curiosity did some digging (literally), and come to find out, water used to flow on our neighbor, and stuff like sulfur, hydrogen and oxygen exist in the rock.

“This was an ancient environment with the right elements… all the prerequisites to support life, a habitable environment,” says Michael Meyer, Lead Scientist with the Mars Exploration Program.

According to NASA, it all means microbes may have once called the planet home.

But we obviously know men are from Mars too.