Dreaming of Moving Planets? World Scientists: Soil on Mars Is Habitable!

Planetary Science Institute

researchers think the clay on Mars indicates the presence of water in the long term.

HAI-Online.com – According to scientist world, soil on Mars exhibits favorable conditions life on that planet.

Condition worthy According to the research team, the habitat is based on water flowing in the place from about 3.8 billion years ago to about 2.5 billion years ago.

It’s been a long time since researchers and scientists around the world have been exploring planet Mars. Recent research shows that one part of the planet Mars is considered capable of hosting life.

This was achieved through a thorough study of the images taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. This is an orbiter designed to circumnavigate and examine the soil content of Mars in detail.

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“Based on images obtained by planetary scientists, we identified clay-bearing sediments in northern Ladon Valles, southern Ladon basin, and the southwest plateau around the Ladon basin on the planet Mars.” Science Alert last Sunday (26/6).

From the picture, the researchers assume that the clay indicates the presence of water in the long term.

In addition, the presence of water there is also formed under neutral pH conditions with minimal water evaporation.

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Although this research is starting to show signs of being habitable, according to scientists this is not evidence of life. These findings only indicate conditions that might be able to support life.

How are you guys, what do you think life will be like? planet Mars later?

(Arlingga Hari Nugroho)



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