Learn about the ongoing search for water on Mars. Also learn about the scientific images of what possibly be water on Mars.
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Searching for Water on Mars A huge sea of ice lies just on the surface of Mars ready to tap by future explorers as a source of fuel and maybe even drinking water. Some of the source who have discovered Mars may also have a life which might explain where some of the water winds when the planet winged from being a warm and wet place the cold dry dish that it is now. Scientists though in Mars have been looking for water for a number of reasons for one life as we know that requires water and anyone who wants to spin then anytime on the planet we need water to drink anti use a source of Hydrogen for fuel. Side of the fashion as if they work to find the means for understanding the weather in Geology of Mars, it seems to a one’s head water on the surface lots orbit. There are deep canyons one deeper and wider than anything on earth and places that look like dried up lakes or sea beds. The surface of Mars is now dry and dusty and the eyes that cover the poles is first in carbon dioxide. For therefore it’s surface temperatures of minus 53 degrees Celsius and a thing atmosphere. There is little hope of finding water at the surface. But NASA has a range of instruments to see if water is there and to observe if it’s easy to get at. Even it has been seen in photographs of sapient water and the orbit in Odyssey Space Craft was directed to look for chemical evidence of water which could be recognizable because of its high Hydrogen contents. Hydrogen quickly combines with other elements so if it is found on a cold planet it is very likely to have tied up with Oxygen to form water. Scientist from across the United States joined up with Russian and French teams to analyze Odyssey’s daughter. It will take much more work to confirm that the substance found on Mars really is fresh on water. But at this stage the experts see to this.
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