Mars’ Ancient Clay Deposits Could Have Formed With Martian Crust, Without Water

Instead of water, an atmosphere dense with steam or one that was supercritical could have allowed for the formation of clay on the surface of Mars, according to research published Wednesday. The preponderance of clay on the Martian surface has often been associated with the presence of water on it too, even if it was billions of years ago....

9 Published By - International Business Times - Tech / Sci - 2017.12.07. 12:07
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