Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Mars Science Laboratory on Mars Update III



Among the latest high-res images from Curiosity shows the dark areas in Gale Crater. These areas definitely seem to be smoother than the surrounding land which would be consistent with present day seepage of under ground water. It is however also reminiscent of the hematite rich soil found by Opportunity in the Meridiani Planum region and thus indicates a past seepage of under ground water. In any case if this has any thing to do with water it would support the Catastrophic theory of Martian  Geology and an underground source of the water that once flooded Meridiani Planum region. Now this is still parliamentary but it looks promising.



------ Charles Creager Jr.

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