safe place in mars caves
Nicole Bardabelius, a geoscientist at the University of Arizona, said that the underground part of the caves on Mars is a safe place among the harsh conditions of the planet. This location is near the landing site of the rover vehicle. Actually, there are many challenging conditions on Mars like radiation, falling of meteorite, change in temperature. In such a situation, some part of the caves here are very important in terms of human life.
This research is important regarding Mars. Its findings have been published in a journal Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets. In which it has been said that the secrets of a huge liquid event have been found in the geological history of Mars. The research claims that there is evidence that cave underground sites on Mars have persistently cold and dry climatic conditions. These could potentially be more habitable than those on the surface. This is known from analysis of data by the neutron spectrometer Dynamic Albedo of Neutrons, or DAN.
Space agencies will run the mission
Last year, at a meeting of the Geological Society of America in Denver, researchers talked about starting a mission on Mars with a total of 9 such caves, some part of which is underground. In the future, space agencies can run campaigns regarding these caves. The presence of gases and environment for human life will be searched at the underground places of the caves.
important discovery on mars
A hum has been discovered in search of life on the red planet i.e. Mars. This discovery has been made by the scientists of Opal Halo Discovery. A new discovery indicates that when humans set foot on the Red Planet Mars, it will be easier for them to live in underground caves here. These caves will protect humans from the harsh conditions of Mars.
Research on Fracture halo
The researchers, led by Travis Gabriel, a former NewSpace postdoctoral fellow at Arizona State University, looked at old images captured by the Curiosity rover. It showed a vast array of widely spaced fracture halos. The team of scientists found that silica and water were completely seen here. Let us tell you that in the year 2012, NASA sent Curiosity Rover to Mars to find Gale Crater. Scientist Travis Gabriel said data from Mars showed similarities between many of the fracture halos. These fracture networks were so extensive and are more likely to be filled with opal. The team observed a composition of light colored rocks around the fracture. Fracture networks may be habitable to humans, according to Travis Gabriel