Oxygen Fluctuations On Mars Even Surprised NASA!
Scientists have discovered unexplained seasonal changes in atmospheric gases in Mars’ Gale crater.
Mars observations continue to offer exciting discoveries. The American National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced that it has discovered unexpected changes in oxygen on Mars.
Even oxygen fluctuations on Mars surprised NASA!
NASA, who discovered unexpected and unexplained changes in oxygen on Mars, said the new discovery was the first time that the space agency used the Curiosity ground vehicle to measure the seasonal variation of atmospheric gases in Mars’ Gale crater. Curiosity, a car-sized exploration vehicle and mobile robot, is known to continue its activities on the red planet since 2012.
NASA officials say there are no known explanations of these unusual oxygen level fluctuations on the planet.
The Curiosity spacecraft, which has a total of 17 cameras, is photographed from the area where Mars is photographed.
Melissa Trainer, a pioneering researcher from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, made the following remarks:
We strive to explain this. The fact that oxygen movements are not repeated every season makes us think that this is not due to atmospheric dynamics. There should be some chemical sources and reducers that we haven’t explained yet. ”