New Evidence Shows Mars Could Have Supported Life

New Evidence Shows Mars Could Have Supported Life
This undated image provided by NASA shows powdered rock in the scoop of the Mars rover Curiosity. The six-wheel rover collected the sample after drilling into a Martian rock.

New evidence shows Mars could have, at one point, supported primitive life. ABC's Scott Goldberg tells us scientists say samples from the rover "Curiosity" show the red planet had several ingredients for living organisms at one point.