Hungarian Researchers Claim to See Biosignatures in Martian Meteorite

http://www.sci-news.com/featurednews/alh-77005-martian-meteorite-biosignatures-07062.html

Dr. Gyollai and co-authors analyzed a thin section of ALH-77005 by optical and FTIR-ATR microscopy.

They were able to detect the presence of coccoidal and filamentous structures (probably built by iron-oxidizing microbes); organic material; biogenic minerals, like ferrihydrite, goethite, and hematite.

There is nothing new in this report.

It's a different meteorite than the more famous ALH-84001, and the report is recent (April 2019). The findings seem to be pretty similar.

It's a wonder that the article doesn't make a comparison to ALH-84001, or even mention it.

https://phys.org/news/2020-03-rock-breathing-bacteria-electron-doctors.html