External life forms have always been the subject of total mystery to it, but the real interest in this case started only 1
The studies conducted for the analysis of Mars & # 39; atmosphere showed varying results with regard to the amount of methane present in the environment. Some studies showed levels of methane several times above standard concentrations, while in other studies it was non-existent. These results are fascinated and an interdisciplinary team from Aarhus University who decides to conduct a study on a mechanism that removes methane from Mar's atmosphere.
Mars' methane production appears to change in other seasons, varying from about 0.24 parts per million. billion in northern part in the cold season to approx. 0.65 parts per billion in the hot season. At that time, residual traces of methane have been discovered periodically released from various sites.
A wide range of mechanisms have been proposed to explain the production and disappearance of methane during this time. For production, methane can be produced through biological processes (microbes) and non-biological through interactions with water, carbon dioxide and olivine sites. The removal process represents a mystery to this day.
Martian Life and Methane
The team attempted to use Mars analogous minerals such as basalt and plagioclase, leading them to the conclusion that the solids during the erosion processes could be oxidized and gases ionized – thus showing that the ionized methane reacts and attaches itself to mineral surfaces.
The results showed the team that these subtle processes could be the cause of the removal of Mars & apos; s Methane and then deposited in its soil.
The conclusion of these studies will bring the matter to a new light, though another question emerges from the research: How can organic materials be preserved in the Martian environment?
Andre Blair s is the chief editor of Advocator.ca. He has a B.A. in psychology from the University of Toronto, and a cand.merc. in Public Health (M.S.P.H.) from the School of Public Health, the Department of Health Administration, at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. Others have specialized in environmental hygiene, but write about a number of different issues.