Saturday, June 21, 2008

NASA Phoenix Mars Lander Confirms Frozen Water.!!

Scientists relishing confirmation of water ice near the surface beside NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander anticipate even bigger discoveries from the robotic mission.



The mission has the right instruments for analyzing soil and ice to determine whether the local environment just below the surface of far-northern Mars has ever been favorable for microbial life. Key factors are whether the water ever becomes available as a liquid and whether organic compounds are present that could provide chemical building blocks and energy for life. Phoenix landed on May 25 for a Mars surface mission planned to last for three months.

9 comments:

Amey said...

that increases the probability of life on mars as well as other planets..good going..

prajyot said...

leys go and purchase land..wat say??

Anonymous said...

he he...n wat u vl do with dat land dan??? u vl build house or guest house for people from earth??? or nice idea open a restaurant or tourist spot......

prajyot said...

well..why just restaurant..why not a computer learning center??


If i go there...all what i would do is bring technological change in there..!!

FINANCE WOULD BE A PROBLEM THOUGH...hehe

HOPE BANKS OPEN UP VERY FAST THERE..!!!

ishqia said...

if u all go over there .. then i can live in peace on earth.. hahahahaha

prajyot said...

well..remember one thing..u too come with us..u know why?

gals in there might need ur mehandi patterns..and also shayari's...!!

so will u join us??

Amey said...

NASA have already thought of building cities on Mars. The biggest challenge is to make the environment more breathable. It's largely made up of carbon dioxide. But there's still oxygen present in the iron oxide-bearing rocks (rust) on the surface. The rust is what gives color to The Red Planet.

ishqia said...

hahahaha..

i will keep visiting i think..

prajyot said...

man forget the rust re...i will mask...
heheh
ishiqia hope ur ready with the pack ups..cozz soon we need to shift from earth to mars