New Delhi . The hope of scientists searching for life on the red planet has increased once again. Scientists have found water vapor there. It has been discovered by scientists from the European and Russian Space Agency. This layer has been discovered by the combined satellite Exomars Trace Gas Orbiter of both space agencies. The Exomars Trace Gas Orbiter was launched by the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Russian space agency Rosskosmos on 14 March 2016. It reached the orbit of Mars on 19 October 2016. Since then it has been studying Mars. Scientists reported on February 10 that with the help of exomars, they saw a light layer of water vapor in the atmosphere of Mars. Since then, it is being understood that life on Mars will be easier sometime. Steam has raised the hope that the ancient valleys and rivers of Mars would first have water flowing.
Information printed in the journal-
Information from Exomars has appeared in a journal called Science Advances. It has been written by two scientists from the UK Open University. He says that when sunlight passes over the atmosphere of Mars, a light layer of steam appears in its atmosphere. There is water on Mars, only then its steam is visible in Mars atmosphere. That is, water is leaking from somewhere.
Sign of the existence of life-
A device called Nadir and Occlusion for Mars Discovery is circling Mars along with the Exomars Orbiter. According to Manish Patel, Senior Lecturer at UK Open University, this device has made a great discovery. Patel said that if there is steam, it still means water, but it is difficult to tell where and how much. The presence of water makes it clear that life must have existed at some time on Mars.
A ratio of hydrogen and deuterium is present.
Manish said that there is a ratio of hydrogen and deuterium in the atmosphere of Mars. That is, there must have been water on this planet in history. Deuterium is a semi-heavy water molecule. On sunlight, a light layer of water vapor rises in the atmosphere of Mars and then disappears into space.
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