Mars is so far away that digging tasks are difficult to start  Michalski believes that humans are biased by our own existence on the ground to believe that life should lurk on a planet's surface.
But that couldn't be the case.
When Mars was a young planet, the surface would have
Mars finally disappeared its magnetic field and exposed it to intense radiation which would have made the surface alive difficult.
Life can already have "cooking" on Mars before it happened – and simply adapted to life below ground.
"Life could have arisen in the hydrothermal settings and survived in the underground for quite some time," said Michalski.
We have already seen plenty of evidence that there is a tremendous amount of life lurking in the depths of the earth.
According to Michalski, "deep-living microrganisms" make up almost half of all life on our planet.
And the discovery he says could be used for Mars.
"We are at the point now that it really is a limit to understanding what the deep biosphere really means and how it relates to the exoplanets and other planets in our solar system, the professor explained.
" It is a window in our own origin. "
Nasa is already investigating the martial surface by the InSight farmer who arrived at the red planet late last year
Michalski believes that underground Mars studies are promising because it is "even more habitable" underground than on the surface.
In fact, Mars & # 39; cooler could melt the core be even better to host life than the earth's own.
We could have one-celled organism that could be dormant for a long time, but could survive by converting hydrogen, methane, possibly sulfur, " he explained.
"Without being too specific, we believe there are many possibilities."
InSight is equipped with powerful sensors and large solar panels the size of the table tennis tables, which makes it possible to collect and store energy for its excavation work
Nasa is already investigating deep underground Mars using the InSight farmer who arrived on the planet last year.  One of InSight's instruments is designed to cave five feet into the ground of Mars, which measures the planet's temperature.
This will give researchers a better idea of whether the red planet can support the bottom surface.
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