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Explosive bursts of methane helped ancient Mars keep liquid water flowing, study finds
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In a drying time, Mars may have been kept warm enough for liquid water to remain stable on the surface thanks to explosive bursts of methane gas, a new study finds. The simulations, described in the journal Nature Geoscience, could explain how Mars …
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Explosive bursts of methane helped ancient Mars keep liquid water flowing, study finds
Phys.Org
In a drying time, Mars may have been kept warm enough for liquid water to remain stable on the surface thanks to explosive bursts of methane gas, a new study finds. The simulations, described in the journal Nature Geoscience, could explain how Mars ...
Young Mars warmed by methane bursts might have flowed with waterThe Verge
This solar storm would have been hell for Mars' astronautsNew York Post
Massive Solar Storm Just Blasted Mars, Causing a Spectacular Global AuroraScienceAlert
Sioux Falls Argus Leader -News18 -Firstpost -evertiq.com
all 24 news articles »

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