Scientists generally believe that if there is life on Mars, they must hide in the underground caves.
Foreign Media reported that this theory was supported by NASA experts. Recently, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientist, Frada Stamenkovich, explained this estimate in detail
He said: The surface of Mars is very oxidized and radiation-free The NASA Expert also say liquid water is not stable for long. Therefore, the surface of Mars is not suitable for life. If there is still life in Mars, caves with underground water should be their only habitat.
Some scientists think we should build a robot that can detect maritime caves. But the cost is high, and the US Geological Survey has already mapped the path of more than a thousand potential caves
NASA also plans to launch a new generation of Mars interrogation vehicles later this year. NASA revealed that the probe vehicle will not only search for life’s effects on Mars but will also pave the way for humans to land on Mars and other space exploration missions in the future.
NASA Experts studies show that Jupiter has more water than expected
In the solar system, Jupiter is the largest planet in eight planets. In the Solar System, Jupiter mass is 2.5 times the mass of seven other planets. Jupiter is also a large planet of gas, which accounts for 70% of the mass of the solar system, which is mainly hydrogen, and 75% of its total mass is helium.
Jupiter has always been a research centre for scientists. Recently, USA space agency NASA revealed a secret of Jupiter-Atmospheric Water Content.
According to new research Juno Jupiter probe. NASA released a new study about Jupiter-Atmospheric Water Content. And found that the proportion of water in Jupiter’s atmosphere was about ٪ 0.25%, which was higher than expected.
For decades, researchers say that scientists trying to accurately estimate the total amount of water in the atmosphere of Jupiter on the planet. The researcher also says that this may be an important part of the solar system problem. Jupiter is likely the first planet to be formed and contains much of the gas and dust that is not present in the sun.
This research updated Jupiter’s humidity data from a Galileo investigation in 1995. At the time, the result was a lack of water in Jupiter’s atmosphere, but it seems that Galileo may have detected the dry area of Jupiter.