Mars like Earth: A lush atmosphere with rivers, lakes and oceans

The new revelations made by NASA researchers have said that Mars looks almost like green environments, rivers, lakes and oceans. All the evidence of the past with cannon made from strong wind, the ancient dry coast crossing the Martian landscape, the earth and water on the red planet.

Today, Mars is a desert in its entirety, whose atmosphere is diluted like a sheet of paper and to save the dead space radiation without any magnetosphere.

4.5 billion years ago what happened to Mars?

A new study published by NASA scientists on April 10 in Nature revealed that huge dust storms could be the reason for this. On Mars, large storms of dust appear regularly. The storms of Mars vary in size and intensity but can remain on the whole surface and for weeks.

NASA researchers believe that at least one storm each year triggers the red planet. One of these dust storms caught the entire Mars planet in the summer of 2018 and swallowed, causing the tragedy of the spacecraft to end.

A scientist Jeronimo Villeneuve believes that in this way it is necessary to open the mystery of the missing water on the planet with the thunderstorm. According to NASA experts, the heavy storm surge can lift water vapour at an altitude of up to 20 km to 80 kilometres above the surface.

When this happens, the dust storms harbour the natural cycle of the red planet's water, thus preventing water vapour from falling back into the ground. NASA explains: "On the ground, H2O falls like rain or snow. The same process could have been done on Mars thousands of years ago." When water vapour reaches a high altitude, then intense solar radiation disintegrates H2O molecules. "

Incredible research has been done with the help of the European Space Agency (ESA) and Roscommomas Space Agency in Russia.

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