NASA’s Mars rover will land in Jezero today to search the ancient impact crater for evidence of past alien life.
Jezero is a basin where scientists are certain water flowed when Mars resembled a young Earth nearly 4 billion years ago.
Water is a basic building block of life as we know it and its presence on Mars suggests life may have developed there once.
Unfortunately, NASA’s rover is not headed to Mars to find evidence of little green men running around.
Instead, the rover will collect and analyse rock samples for signs of chemical biomarkers.