My bet is on some form of bacterial life,
After they discovered that glass eating bacteria (carbon eating) below the ocean in the rock thats respires anaerobically, a few people have been intrested to see what bacteria could thrive on a plant with no "earth" atmosphere or lack of oxygen
Ironicaly the best thing that they could find there would be a precious metal or Oil that would surely drive the space exploration in such a force that we as a species would advance in 5 years what would take 50+ if only NASA would go there...
But i'm beting on methane traces or some compound that undeniably tells that water was present there.
Best case scenario probably a bacteria that would take years to properly study...
articles that detail how all but one flag are still upright. How would they know?
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Probably a bunch of strange looking rocks. lol.
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made that possible, not telescopes. If we had 100-meter or larger telescopes on Earth, it'd be a different story... but that's at least ten times the size of any optical aperture on the planet right now.
The "one" referring to the first televised one with Armstrong that everyone talks about. Of course, they went in the 70's afterwards with landings. After they were there "first". Point is they went up there with a toaster oven CPU and they dont even bother to go up today, its useless. Not going to be going to mars for along time let alone mine shit from it.
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