The lead author of the study and planetary scientist at the SETI Institute, Dr. Pascal Lee, and his doctoral student in geology at the University of Maryland, Saurabh Shubham, believe that their discovery of a previously unknown volcano on the surface of Mars. Both Lee and Shubham presented their findings. , on March 13, at the 55th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in The Woodlands, in the US state of Texas. Despite years of satellite monitoring, the volcano located within the “Noctis Labyrinthus” region on the surface of Mars has not been noticed by anyone due to its condition. Corroded and collapsed. The journey to discover the volcano began in 2015, and the researchers temporarily called it “Noctis Volcano,” but they proposed a possible location for it east of the “Noctis Labyrinthus” region, which they called “Noctis Landing” for future Mars missions, with the aim of searching for extraterrestrial life. The research efforts made by Lee and Shubham led to a study, on March 15, 2023, suggesting that the Martian “Noctis Labyrinthus” region may contain a giant glacier covered in salt deposits, and they analyzed data from NASA’s Mars exploration rover, to confirm whether The water was still trapped within the layers of salt, and scientists found a relatively fresh lava flow near the glacier, indicating the presence of an undiscovered volcano nearby. Further investigation revealed an arc-shaped formation resembling a shield volcano, which prompted Lee and Shubham, To confirm that the previously identified peak was a Martian volcano, with a height of 29,600 feet, that is, about 571 feet higher than the highest mountain in the world (Everest 29,029 feet). As Pascal Li suggested, exploring the volcanic region of the “Red Planet”, which is a plateau "Tharsis", searching for warm caves that might harbor living microbes. Lee and Shubham are currently working on preparing a peer-reviewed research paper, in order to clarify their findings, which may enhance the credibility of their hypothesis within the scientific community.