Is there life on Mars? Well no but scientist believe there may be a chance of finding life on one of Saturn’s moons known as Enceladus.
Enceladus has the correct environment, which many scientists believe gave life to planet Earth.
It has been discovered, following samples taken by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, that Enceladus has molecular hydrogen. The craft passed 30 miles above the moon’s southern pole and discovered the hydrogen in vapour from cracks in Enceladus’s surface.
These conditions happen when hot rocks meet sea water and could have been the spark that kicked off microbial life on earth billions of years ago.
Potentially, Enceladus is the only place known to man that has the energy source for life.
It is unlikely that they will discover any little green men running around the moon though.