Saturday, June 28, 2008

Update on the Mars Surface anomalies

Mars Surface Anomalies

Below is an update to my first post on the anomalies that are sprouting up in hundreds of photos of the surface of the Red Planet that have been released in recent years.
Click here to read the first post "Life on Mars? strange things on the Surface" Red Planet are indeed present.Read on......

Google Reader (1000+): "Phoenix delivers regolith to the wet lab (NASA/UA)
Another groundbreaking discovery from Mars: Phoenix has analysed martian
regolith containing minerals more commonly found in soil here on Earth, and
the acidity is not a hindrance for life to thrive. These new and very exciting results
come after preliminary analyses of a scoop of regolith by the landers 'wet lab'
known as the Microscopy, Electrochemistry and Conductivity Analyzer (MECA)
instrument.
Although more data collecting needs to be done, trace levels of nutrients
have already been detected. This, with the recent discovery of water ice,
has amazed..............CLICK HERE TO READ ON.......................................

Mars Surface foto
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Click here to read the first post "Life on Mars? strange things on the Surface"

LCROSS separation above the Moon (NASA)
The Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) is a very exciting mission for lunar exploration. Since the discovery of water on Mars by Phoenix last week, focus is turning on other planetary bodies and natural satellites for the possibility they may hold a supply of water too. First stop for any manned mission will be our return trip to the Moon by 2020, so it would be very advantageous if we could find a frozen reservoir of H2O hiding within the craters of the lunar surface. LCROSS is going to hitch a ride with the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) later this year on board an Atlas V rocket. It has just passed some gruelling pre-launch tests before it sets out on a suicide mission that will end in collision with the lunar surface…

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Read the rest of LCROSS Passes Pre-Flight Tests Before Kamakazi Mission to Find Water on Moon (370 words)

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