This is the first time that scientists have discovered microorganisms on the Red Planet.
In the 1970s, a Soviet crew member was captured by a Mars rover on Mars.
The team returned to Earth to examine the remains of the crew.
The Soviet crewman, Sergei Yeromirov, had no DNA in his body, and they tried to identify him using DNA extracted from his urine and feces.
The DNA showed that he was anaerobic and had lived on Mars for at least 10 years.
Scientists on the International Space Station and in NASA’s Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate (HEOMD) have since discovered more than 100 new microorganisms and microorganisms in space.
The Red Planet’s microorganisms are all living creatures, living in symbiosis with the microorganisms they consume.
The microorganisms include the microbes that live on Mars, and also bacteria and viruses.
They are all in symbiotic relationships with other microbes.
In fact, they are in the exact same position that we are on Mars today.
When the Soviet crewmen returned to the Soviet Union, they found that he had been a vegetarian for 10 years, and that he did not have a bacterial or viral infection.
They took samples from him and sent them to the USSR for analysis.
The scientists confirmed the fact that the Red Mars man had been eating Mars for 10 and a half years.
The Soviet scientists then tried to get a sample from the Red Martian man, but his cell phone was destroyed.
In an effort to recover it, the Russian scientists brought him a sample of his own urine, feces, and hair.
They also sent samples from his own body to the US.
In November 2012, the American scientists found that the sample from Red Mars had a DNA match to the Red Earth man.
In March 2014, the Red Venus man came back to Earth, and he had his own DNA analysis.
They tested it and found it to be a match to Red Mars.
Now scientists can see that the similarities are there.
Scientists at the Universities Space Research Institute and Space Research Laboratories (SRI) in the Netherlands have confirmed that the Microbial Species Identification Lab (MSIL) in NASA Ames Research Center is on Mars and will continue to collect samples from the crewmen and return them to Earth.