Space agency NASA has been trying hard since years to gather as many clues as they can about alien existence. The red planet Mars inhabiting alien life has come up time and again. Now to dig in more about the existence of any life form on Mars, NASA has decided the exact place where the Mars 2020 rover will land. They plan to study more about the signs of alien life in Mars soil. The nuclear power robot will be landed at Jezero Crater, which is an ancient impact site located just north of the Martian equator. NASA had internally analyzed the site with a lot of debate and then finalised on this spot. Alien Spotted in Space? NASA Astronaut Claims He Saw an ET-Like Creature on Space.
Check NASA's Tweet Informing About Mars 2020 Rover Mission to Find Aliens
This is it! Picked after a lengthy search, Jezero Crater on #Mars has many things we hope to explore by landing our #Mars2020 rover there. In this crater, ancient water carved channels & transported sediments to form fans + deltas we want to learn about: https://t.co/ppfcAbw3fz pic.twitter.com/FIn1DivG9I
— NASA (@NASA) November 19, 2018
Jezero Crater was named in the year 2007 and it means "lake" in Slavic languages. So it is no coincidence the area was once filled with liquid water. Nasa will launch the 2020 Rover in the month of July or August 2020 and it is expected to arrive by April or May 2021. NASA also informed, "Jezero Crater's ancient lake-delta system offers many promising sampling targets of at least five different kinds of rock, including clays and carbonates that have high potential to preserve signatures of past life."