Where does the water go?
Autor: Captayne 16.08.11 - 08:25
If there is lots of salt and water on mars, and if the water rinns down some slopes on craters, and does this frequently, then there should be kind of salt-crystals. The water would evaporate, if exposed to the dry, low pressure atmosphere, and the salt should be visible very clearly, if this is a frequent process.
If water was able to exist in direct exposal to the marses atmosphere, we would be able to see lakes. But there is none. Even visible frozen water sublimates, if exposed to the atmosphere.
So it would evaporate for sure. And if it evaporates, salt would be left over.
But on the Video only shapes of possible streamlets are visible. No salt.
So I assume the shapes are formed by erosion by means of wind and particles.
Nevertheless. Fascination about mars and mankind on mars.
What for? Mankind should leave earth only after they learned how to stay in permanent peace on earth. And not expose the rest of the solar system to their hostile social understanding.
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