New satellite images have emerged recently that show that Mars appears as a planet completely different from what we think right now. In the recent past, the planet used to be cold and dry.
These images from Mars's satellite Express & # 39; ESA & # 39; They described the planet as a world of trenches and valleys in the southernmost part of Mars. They are located to the east of a crater, popularly known as Huygens and North Hellas, one of the largest river basins on the planet. In addition, the planet of 3,5 to 4 billions of years consists of an old water flow in highlands of the south.
These photos are testimony to the fact that Mars must be a very different world and that he had all the potential to support life.
According to the ESA, "In total, the planet seems to emerge significantly, appearing as branches of trees derived from a central trunk. In addition, such structure virtue can also be seen in a drainage system on planet Earth."
The branching systems were probably formed by surface water, running from a strong river flow completely with intensified precipitation. The flow of rivers is expected to be cut through the prevailing land on Mars, thus leading new paths and a new landscape.
ESA also cited an example of the Yarlung Tsangpo River, which makes its way from western Tibet to China, India and Bangladesh.
Image credit: ESA
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