Metnszivrgs was caught by Mars. The board was picked up by NASA's Marshal Curiosity and then Vrs-Rondo, the Mars Express, was strengthened.
There are no similar searches on Martian lv metn and mrtkrl. This happens because the fildi metnt klnbz letformk can act in the same way as the geological processes. According to superiors, the metn was very gritty on Mars, and that means it could not go into the snow.
Curiosity detected signals on the track on June 15, 2013, and then the mrseit was confirmed by data collected by the Mars Express lv (PFS) spectrometer on the day. The results were included in a kernel study presented in the journal Nature Geoscience cm.
The Gale-krter coming?
According to Marco Giuranna's research, there was basically no slogan, except in a case where the cores recorded about 15 ppb in concentration. It was found that this ppen was a day after Curiosity 6 ppb metnkoncentrcit mrt. the metn is from the marsjrtl section of lv, and the sobrgs come from the Gale-krterbl, the Curiosity descending.
What is forrs?
Mars has more to do with meth production. If you have microbes, they can serve as a butterfly. It could also contain the jg produced by the microorganisms of the microorganisms which, when melted, could be released into the arms.
Certain geological processes can also produce metn, there is no superfluous process of biology. Such is the process of serpentinism, a ht and water, in the form of a kinetic process. Metn in this case is the process chest.
According to Marco Giuranna, the hisses do not originate from the Gale-krter, while the researcher examines the krli krli rgit looking for kpzdmnyek from which the crackling can be spoiled. The known process of metnszivrgs is the tectonic lines of Fldn.
We have tectonic bandits, which can be played under the command of rgony jgrteg. Since the frozen ground terrains (permafrost) provide excellent insulation for the metra smra, we will get rid of the trunks in the zn nucleus where the jgrteg is struck.– Giuseppe Ethiopian, the work of the National Geophysical and Vulcanian Intzet in Rome.
(BBC / MTI)