The hottest American Phoenix probe extracted water

2022-08-01
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Us "phoenix" probe extracted water from Martian soil editor's note: NASA scientists announced on the 31st that the experimental equipment on the "phoenix" Mars probe had obtained some water in Martian soil samples that affected the vertical installation. This is the first time that human beings have obtained water from planets outside the earth through scientific instruments. In fact, as early as last time, the "phoenix" spacecraft found some shiny small squares when excavating the red earth on the surface of Mars. Under the sunlight, these small squares disappeared four days later. Scientist root 2. Surrounding environment based on these image data, it is concluded that these shiny substances are frozen water, which confirms that water does exist on Mars

China News Agency, Los Angeles, July 31 (Zhang Wei) - NASA scientists announced on the 31st that the experimental equipment on the "phoenix" Mars probe had obtained water from Martian soil samples. This is the first time that human beings have obtained water from planets outside the earth through scientific instruments

williamburton, a NASA scientist and professor at the University of Arizona, announced excitedly today: "we have got water!" He said that last month, researchers observed that there was indeed frozen water on Mars, but this time they actually got water on Mars. It is reported that the experimental equipment carried on the Phoenix obtained water vapor by heating Martian soil samples

on June 15, the "phoenix" spacecraft discovered some shiny small squares while excavating the red earth on the surface of Mars. Under the sunlight, these small squares disappeared four days later. Based on these images, scientists concluded that these shiny materials are frozen water, thus confirming the existence of water on Mars

scientists also revealed that so far, the Phoenix Mars probe has been operating well. NASA has decided to extend the Phoenix mission to Mars until September 30 this year. The original plan was that the Phoenix mission would be completed in late August

on May 25, the Phoenix Mars lander will speed up the process of landing and encourage large shipping enterprises to enter the Martian arctic region in Hainan to carry out exploration missions for more than three months, mainly including collecting samples of soil and ice, exploring the climatic conditions in the Martian arctic region and taking photos of the Martian surface. (end)

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