Sure it will be older than the life we can bring there.
But yes, we can put life on Mars,
also in bacterial form,
as another entity put our life on Earth,
be it a scientific entity or a good scientific entity.
We can also build Tardigrades habitat so they can survive on Mars longer,
Tardigrades are microscopic eight-legged animals that have been to outer space and would likely survive the apocalypse.
They look like adorable miniature bears.
Around 1,300 species of tardigrades are found worldwide.
www.nationalgeographic.com › tardigrades-water-bears
Tardigrade, facts and photos - National Geographic
Tardigrades reproduce through sexual and asexual reproduction,
depending on the species.
They lay one to 30 eggs at a time.
During sexual reproduction,
the female will lay the eggs and the males will fertilize them.
In asexual reproduction,
the female will lay the eggs and then they will develop without fertilization.
~ Jul. 14, 2017
www.livescience.com › 57985-tardigrade-facts
Facts About Tardigrades | Live Science
How do Tardigrades die?
which live in both fresh and salt water,
are famous for their ability to survive extremes that would kill other organisms.
But new research finds that the creatures rapidly wilt under heat.
Water temperatures of about 100 degrees Fahrenheit (37.8 degrees Celsius) can kill tardigrades in only a day.
~ Jan. 16, 2020
www.livescience.com › indestructible-tardigrades-cannot-…
Adorable Tardigrades Have a Surprising, Fatal Weakness | Live …
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Diane Nelson, a Tardigrade researcher who works in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, used a scanning microscope to take this 3-D image of a Tardigrade. (Image credit: NPS/Diane Nelson)
Tardigrades, often called water bears or moss piglets, are near-microscopic animals with long, plump bodies and scrunched-up heads.
They have eight legs, and hands with four to eight claws on each.
While strangely cute, these tiny animals are almost indestructible and can even survive in outer space.
Tardigrade is a phylum, a high-level scientific category of animal. (Humans belong in the Chordate phylum — animals with spinal cords.)
There are over 1,000 known species within Tardigrade, according to Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS).
can we build tardigrades habitat on Mars ?
By Mike Wall May 19, 2020
Genetic engineering may be a big part of our future on Mars.
If humanity is ever going to settle down on Mars, we may need to become a little less human.
Crewed missions to Mars, which NASA wants to start flying in the 2030s, will be tough on astronauts, exposing them to high radiation loads, bone-wasting microgravity and other hazards for several years at a time. But these pioneers should still be able to make it back to Earth in relatively good nick, agency officials have said.
It might be a different story for those who choose not to come home, however. If we want to stay safe and healthy while living permanently on Mars, or any other world beyond our home planet, we may need to make some tweaks to our species’ basic blueprint, experts say.
(Expert like me said, however, how much and how was not found yet nor analyzed yet, nor worked on yet. The only data this conclusion was drawn from, were from test results in space, not on how changes to DNA occur, how long, what can be used to do so and so on. There might be artificial methods possible or other systems.)
An Israeli spacecraft called Beresheet almost made it to the moon in April.
It took a selfie with the lunar surface in the background,
but then lost contact with Earth and presumably crashed onto the lunar surface.
Now it’s been revealed that the mission was carrying a cargo of dehydrated microscopic lifeforms known as tardigrades.
Aug. 9, 2019 — They’re often called “water bears” but the images of tardigrades that I … Sending a cargo of tardigrades to Mars would be irresponsible, even if …
Martian life to Earth with the rocks are central to the design and build of the spacecraft. …
Using a multipronged approach to investigate the diet of ancient dogs.
But we still keep sending spacecraft to look for life.
Sending a cargo of tardigrades to Mars would be irresponsible, even if we don’t believe they would survive.
Irresponsible because Mars has the potential for life.
Restricted life, for sure, but we have no right to endanger that life.
And we have a responsibility to maintain Mars as close to pristine as possible, exploring it with care.
NASA and ESA are currently planning a mission to return samples from Mars to Earth.
And precautions about the possibility of returning Martian life to Earth with the rocks are central to the design and build of the spacecraft.
- a fibrous substance consisting of polysaccharides and forming the major constituent in the exoskeleton of arthropods and the cell walls of fungi.
2. - 15 minutes later at 17:15 Fri Feb 26, 2021:
From 6 minutes ago to 13 minutes ago, 12:15 Fri Feb 26, 2021
Also, if police or the army tell you , they would kill you if and if,
or, have reasonable ground to do so,
you might want to report this to a police (not, “the” police, depending) ,
however, it may not be a threat, implied or implicit or explicit,
especially not if you are causing even worse problems than that,
deliberately so, and seek to forfeit evidence of the fact…
Stupidity is legal, just don’t abuse the privilege.
Taking things out of context without authority is also not (or, is also not) going to help you surrender when you did wrong and worse than others.
3. - 3 hours later at 18:05 Fri Feb 26, 2021:
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