A dash of hydrogen and methane could have kept Mars warm
A river ran through it (possibly)NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS/Texas A&M Univ.By Ken CroswellA dash of hydrogen or methane in the atmosphere could have kept Mars warm enough for water to flow. Ever since the 1970s, we’ve known that chilly Mars must have once been warm enough for rivers. But we’ve struggled to explain how a world much farther from the sun than...
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