Scientists have found that two unique reservoirs of Ancient once the flow of water deep under the surface of Mars.
It’s hard to believe, but at one time a dry dusty red planet was wet and lush.
“Many people have been trying to figure out the Mars water History,”University of Arizona planetary scientist Jessica Barnes said in a statement. “Like, Where did the water come from? How long in the Earth’s crust(the surface of)Mars? There is no Mars to the interior of the water come from? What can Water tell us about how Mars formed and evolve?”
Barnes and her colleagues examine the isotopes of hydrogen locked inside Martian rocks. Isotopes are variants of an element with a different number of neutrons. Their study sample they know is from the Earth’s crust: a beautiful black and Allen Hills meteorite.
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Two according to the Earth’s chemical cycle theory different types of Martian volcanic stone on-the-rich shergottites and depleted shergottites–moisture content has a different hydrogen isotope ratio, the researchers found.
Their analysis, which is published today in Nature Geoscience, showed that Mars is likely to receive water from at least two distinct sources of early history.
Variability the researchers found seems to imply that Mars different from the Earth and the moon, never the ocean of magma completely including the Earth.
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