Daily alternative news articles at the News Desk for GrahamHancock.com. Featuring alternative history, science, archaeology, ancient egypt, paranormal & supernatural, environment, and much more. Check in daily for updates!
To sign up to the Graham Hancock newsletter mailing list, please click here.
January 21 2013
The key to exposing past life on Mars may lie in watery, underground channels, a group of planetary geologists has proposed after studying a 92km crater on its surface.
The team used images and data captured by Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter to draw their conclusions, after identifying sedimentary rock layers at the base of McLaughlin Crater (located on the western side of Arabia Terra) containing clay and carbonate minerals. These two minerals are formed on Earth through an interaction with water, however, an analysis of the crater's topography revealed a flat surface and no large inflow channels -- indicators that any water present in the crater billions of years ago came from beneath the surface.
[Follow article link...
Back to Previous...
Go to News Desk...
Enjoy the newsdesk? Please tell others about it:
Add Graham via his official Twitter, Google+ and facebook pages.
Dedicated Servers and Cloud Servers by Gigenet.
Invert Colour Scheme / Default