The weather and climate on Mars

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The weather and climate on Mars
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In this interview, Daniela Tirsch, a planetary geologist at the DLR Institute of Planetary Research, explains how wind and weather continue to leave their mark on the surface of Mars today.
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member Yoon uh after half an hour Mars is that the Senate it contains a lot of students confined almost globally
distributed from the North to the South Pole so they are
predominantly accumulated in impact craters and the biggest
difference between the tunes on Mars and those it is the color
and composition tunes on Earth
consists of quartz sand dunes on Mars consists of the Celtics and this is a material which
almost exclusively them also by a will can across the
seas and that gives us he hints about the origin of that Doc material that is that
it's probably will end edge we can find such June's only on a very few
places just like Hawaii New Zealand all Iceland today
we know for sure that Mars has experienced much warmer and wetter periods than today and we had
rain we had snow or we even had rivers and lakes that could could've last even for several 100 thousand
years the average temperatures
around minus 60 resellers Paris in summer the makes modems can reach up to
and 27 decreased and winter at the polls
that can be minus 100 30 freed itself it vigorously atmosphere
is very thin contains almost completely of pursuant to its less than 1 per cent
oxygen and very very few waterways that's why we do have plots but they consist of seek
to end their prenominal weather phenomenon on Mars is
not rain or snow it's just that Giant dust storms that can last a woman the wind today
is on Mars not as strong as it used to be in former times how ever do you see
the transportation of materials in the form of dust storms and we see it dunes and we just now that we
have a high-resolution data see small ripples and centimeter scale
changing on the tube surfaces and that is a very
strong he said those students are currently exit there however
lasts and over a very long time scale the accumulation of
such a big fields can last over more than 100 thousand years don't know
that except the euro and the
force of the wind can be seen in the form of yard
things those are an undated riches on the surface of Mars and they can be seen as remnants often be rewarded surface that has been shaped by after winning and the
trend and the particles that have been transported by the earner team