Meteor Stone Tell The Past of Planet Mars


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Clouds have been recorded in the atmosphere of Mars equator line near is composed of solid carbon dioxide (dry ice).
Thursday, August 13, 2009 | 07:52 pm

Pasadena, KOMPAS.com - A meteor stone giant watermelon-sized fruit that is found on Mars to be one clue past the veil of expressing the red planet.

Martian meteor that weighs at least 0.5 ton so considered too large to penetrate the thin Martian atmosphere and landed without destroyed. It brought allegations of the atmosphere of Mars in the past, much thicker than expected for this or rock falls billions
uga during this or b

years ago when the atmosphere of Mars is much thicker.

"There is a possibility, Mars has a solid carbon dioxide which can supply carbon dioxide gas in large quantities into the atmosphere during the 'summer' in the recent climate cycles or rock falls billions of years ago," said Matt Golombek, a member of the research team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.

Planetary atmospheres can slow the speed of a meteor falling because there is friction. Vehicles NASA, Opportunity, found the meteorite contains metal, which later was named Block Island by scientists, at the end of July.

Block Island about 60 cm long and about 30 cm high, with blue stain. The rock is ten times more
30 cm, with blue stain. The rock is ten times larger than the Heat Shield Rock, the other Mars rock found in 2004. (INE)

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