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WATER AND LIFE ON MARS
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PAY ATTENTION TO OUR REPEATED WARNINGS  AND MESSAGES.
DESPITE THE CONSPIRACY OF THE SILENCE, CARRIED OUT BY POWERFUL PEOPLE, URGES MORE AND MORE, WATER AND LIFE ON MARS IS A MILLENARY TRUTH THAT WE, ALIENS, REVEALED TO YOU,TERRESTRIALS, MANY YEARS AGO OF YOUR TIME (1976- EUGENIO SIRAGUSA, 1952-GEORGE ADAMSKY).
THE "FABULOUS" REVELATIONS ON THE PLANET MARS HAVE BEEN NOT COMPLETED YET. ONE DAY, NOT SO FAR YOUR SPATIAL MEANS WILL FILM AND PHOTOGRAPH OUR SPACESHIPS, OUR BEAUTIFUL BUILDINGS AND OUR MARTIAN BROTHERS  LONG TIME ALREADY PERFECTLY INCLUDED IN OUR  CONFEDERATION.
THE TRUTH CAN BE PREVENTED, BUT NEVER, NEVER STOPPED!
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Pordenone (Italy)
10th April 2015. 1: 43 p.m.
G. B.

 
picture 1: obtained with a mosaic of images taken by the viking spacecraft in 1976
picture 2: photo taken by the hubble space telescope on 10th  march 1997


DUST-COVERED ICE GLACIERS FOUND ON MARS

(Reuters) - Mars has thousands of glaciers buried beneath its dusty surface, enough frozen water to blanket the planet with a 3.6-foot (1.1- meter) thick layer of ice, scientists said on Wednesday.
The glaciers are found in two bands in the mid-southern and mid-northern latitudes. Radar data, collected by Mars-orbiting satellites, combined with computer models of ice flows show the planet has about 5.3 trillion cubic feet (150 billion cubic meters) of water locked in the ice, according to a study published in this week’s issue of the journal Geophysical Research Letter.
"The ice at the mid-latitudes is therefore an important part of Mars water reservoir", Nanna Bjornholt Karlsson, a researcher at the University of Copenhagen’s Neils Bohr Institute, said in a statement.
Scientists have been trying to figure out how Mars transformed from a warm, wet and presumably Earth-like planet early in its history into the cold, dry desert that exists today.
Billions of years ago, Mars, which lacks a protective, global magnetic field, lost much of its atmosphere. Several initiatives are under way to determine how much of the planet’s water was stripped away and how much remains locked in ice in underground reservoirs.
"The atmospheric pressure on Mars is so low that water ice simply evaporates and becomes water vapor”, the institute said in a news release.
Scientists suspect that the glaciers remained intact because they are protected under a thick layer of dust.
In addition to evidence of river beds, streams and hydrated minerals, scientists studying tell tale molecules in the Martian atmosphere last month concluded that the planet probably had an ocean more than a mile deep covering almost half of its northern hemisphere. Mars has lost about 87 percent of that water, scientists said.
Currently, the planet’s largest known water reservoir is in the polar caps.
(Reporting by Irene Klotz; Editing by Jonathan Oatis)
Source : http://in.reuters.com/article/2015/04/08/us-space-mars-idINKBN0MZ28420150408

 

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