The Search For Water on Mars
Deep space research is an division of astronomy, astro physics and space science which involves investigating the far distant areas of space. But despite there being a large group of people who are involved in this research, there is very little agreement on the exact meaning of “deep space”. In some dictionaries, it’s used to describe both fuzzy space and vacuum space, which are not actually distinct regions of space-rather a fuzzy area within a vacuum. For many people, however, the only acceptable definition is of black space, which can be almost totally invisible and therefore almost impossible to observe with satellites or other means. Despite the fact that we still have a lot of learning to do in this field, it appears that we are getting closer to defining the boundaries between white and black space, and perhaps even between our solar system and other space-based objects.
There are a number of ideas that we already know to be true. For instance, we know that the solar system is made almost entirely of gas, which is very unlike our planet which consists mainly of solid rock. Many theories also suggest that the rate at which stars collapse and form is significantly faster than the speed at which they expand. And while many think that the speed at which our earth revolving around the sun is fast enough to account for the gases circling the earth, it’s still believed by some that it’s much slower. Some even go so far as to say that the solar system and all the planets in the solar system are moving through an extremely deep hole inside of the Earth.
In fact, there have been a few missions which have made use of technology designed to study the atmospheres of these celestial bodies. One such mission is currently scheduled to take place in late February or early March, and is scheduled to last approximately six weeks. The results of this study will help NASA scientists to better understand the composition of the outer space environment and the possibility of water on Mars. A closer look at how water vapor moves around the red planet may provide clues to the history of the planet, which has had to weather many meteorological changes over the course of its long existence. The results will be able to aid NASA scientists in determining if there are any hidden oceans on Mars, and they’ll also be able to use these findings to study the climate patterns and the overall atmosphere of this unique planet.