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water on mars

A Mars orbiter just detected something it’s never seen before

February 12th, 2021

The atmosphere of Mars is thin and, compared to Earth, barely even there at all, but it can still teach us about the history of the planet and its present-day status. The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter, which is a project from the European Space Agency and Russia’s Roscosmos, recently detected a gas that it never …

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Should we stop visiting the Moon’s poles?

January 6th, 2021

The Moon has water ice hiding near its poles, which is something that is a fairly recent discovery.  The ice could hold clues about where the water on Earth came from and tell us a lot about the history of the Earth-Moon system.  An increasing number of missions to the Moon’s poles could potentially contaminate …

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Here’s why Jupiter’s moon Europa spews water into space

November 11th, 2020

Europa, a moon of Jupiter, is one of the few places in our solar system where we might be able to find life. New research focused on the water plumes that spew from its surface and attempted to explain them. A theory suggests that the plumes are water that was trapped in ice bubbles after …

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NASA announces discovery of water on the Moon

October 26th, 2020

NASA announced the confirmation of water on the lunar surface. The discovery is big, but scientists had believed that there was water trapped within the lunar soil for some time now. Processing the soil, called regolith, to obtain usable water is something that researchers have been working on for some time. Hey so remember last …

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Scientists spot hints of flowing water on asteroid’s surface

October 12th, 2020

The asteroid known as Bennu has revealed some tantalizing secrets to NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft. Some rocks and surface features of the asteroid appear to indicate that water once flowed on its surface or that of its parent asteroid. NASA’s asteroid probe will begin its return journey to Earth in December and arrive back to Earth …

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There may be way more water on Mars than we realized

September 28th, 2020

Researchers think they’ve spotted signatures of liquid water hiding out beneath the surface of Mars. The south pole in particular is apparently a hot spot for subglacial lakes, according to data from the Mars Express spacecraft. Future missions could investigate the claims and provide proof. Just exactly how much liquid water is on Mars? If …

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Rivers flowed on Mars for at least 100,000 years, researchers say

May 7th, 2020

Mars had vast rivers of flowing water for tens of thousands of years, scientists now say. The discovery is based on images sent back by NASA’s Mars orbiter which revealed sediment deposits and telltale signs of flowing water on the surface of the planet. The rivers date back 3.7 billion years, so it will be …

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Ancient Mars may have had received water from two major sources

April 1st, 2020

Ancient Mars may have received its wealth of water from a couple of major sources, new research suggests.  Studying the content of Martian meteorites that arrived on Earth revealed different hydrogen isotopes that hint at the planet’s watery history.  A small amount of water and ice remains on Mars today, but the planet is believed …

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NASA’s Juno probe reveals water in Jupiter’s atmosphere

February 19th, 2020

For scientists studying Jupiter, there’s plenty to see. The gas giant has a wealth of personality, and its swirling storms and colorful streams of gas provide researchers with a lot to observe. One aspect of the massive planet that isn’t often talked about is its amount of water, but new data from NASA’s Juno orbiter …