This article is part of the Al Jazeera series The Mystery of Mars, a series on space exploration, space travel and the search for life in the cosmos.

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We have learned that a group of scientists and engineers are searching for a life form on Mars.

In fact, this group has been doing research for more than 40 years.

The group, known as the Mars Initiative, is based in the US and is a part of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Mars is a very different place than it is in Earth’s orbit, and it is much colder.

This is because Mars is not a solid planet.

It is a gas giant.

In its most liquid phase, the planet is about 1,600 metres deep and 1,300 kilometres wide.

It has an atmosphere made of water, carbon dioxide and methane, with a temperature of minus 273 degrees Celsius (minus 273.8 degrees Fahrenheit).

In this liquid state, there is no liquid water or liquid rock.

But on Mars the planet has a thin atmosphere made mostly of methane.

This thick atmosphere acts as a buffer, keeping the atmosphere from melting.

So the team is looking for signs of life.

The search is called “Mars Discovery”.

This search has been going on for decades, but the last time we heard from them was in 2008.

The team had been looking for evidence of life in Mars for years.

They discovered traces of ancient organic material that looked like microbial mats on Mars and were confirmed by an international team.

They also found that the planet’s surface had been altered by the presence of water and organic material, suggesting that there was water in the ancient Martian soil.

They were unable to find any traces of life on Earth, which is why the team started looking for extraterrestrial life in 2013.

The discovery of ancient Martian life On January 30, 2016, NASA announced that a team of scientists had discovered traces in the Martian soil of ancient life forms that had been in contact with the planet for thousands of years.

In a video message from the Mars Curiosity rover, the team said the Martian rocks they found were from “the first and only time we’ve been on Mars”.

This is a significant find because there are no indications that life existed on Earth at that time.

They found ancient organic mats on the Martian surface, indicating that the ancient organic layer had been exposed to water.

The first signs of Martian life in recent years have been discovered by a number of different teams around the world.

For example, in December, scientists from the University of Oxford found a series of ancient microbial mats in a lake on the surface of Mars.

The mats are believed to have been deposited hundreds of thousands of kilometres away from the surface.

They indicate that water may have flowed into the lake.

Other scientists have also been able to confirm the existence of ancient water, organic material and other features on Mars by studying the soil of Mars and its surroundings.

This new discovery has been followed up by the discovery of microbial mats that may have been formed by ancient microbes that lived on Earth hundreds of millions of years ago.

The latest discovery of evidence for life on Mars was made by a team led by the University