The history of the climate of Mars

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The history of the climate of Mars
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Ralf Jaumann is head of the Planetary Geology department at the DLR Institute of Planetary Research. He is the experiment manager and co-investigator for the HRSC on Mars Express, focusing on the climatic history of the Red Planet.
Keywords Mars geology HRSC climate
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or if in contrast to a certain Morris has a very old so it's a very old trust then that gets us the opportunity to look back In the
history of the solar system to the early beginnings to the
formation of the planets and also for the formation of must from
attitude changed its climate mostly due to a thinning of its atmosphere due this will which takes up feared
molecules with it that's a
reason because Morris has no magnetosphere either
problems for Mossoro changing albeit rotation
axis and the inclination of the rotation axis which makes pull a regions of tropical regions equatorial
regions to elope organize regions of this climate changes seized
down the processes on the face and make Morris very
cold and tried today we have a lot
of evidence what on the surface of Mars received when
riverbed within this valleys we have traces of lakes we
have traces of clay cheers we have what on the Martian post today and
we also know that there is water ice lenses the subsurface and we still
see some changes on the surface which we are very sure they are Due to the action of what the major below
the Mars Express mission is to Mayor the Martian surface
and emotions 2 fix a German come around experiment which is a stereo Camara around and
provides three-dimensional mapping of surface really
gives us the the good feelings
processes on the phrase slash water flow formation of frivolous mission of lakes really
worked on Mars and in combination with other instruments like
spectrometers orator we are able to look into the
subsurface and see you want chemical evolution of Morris lost in former
times and the what's really surprised to see that the
Morris so completely changed its climate conditions from very
basic to bury acidic and really down to nothing more than that yes at Egnar me
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