International Journal of Mars Research | ISSN 2453-8760 | Current Issue: 7 Volume 4

What was detected within lunar craters might be solid or liquid hydrogen

What was detected within lunar craters might be solid or liquid hydrogenAbstract: It’s said scientists had found significant amounts of water ice in craters at the moon’s south pole. However, the author has different views on this. The author considers that the material these scientists detected might not be water ice but solid or liquid hydrogen under lunar crater’s extreme cold environment. The existence of solid or liquid hydrogen in lunar craters should be one ...

Before we land on Mars

Before we land on MarsWe have selected an interesting article from our editor's blog. The article is called: "Before we land on Mars." Few days ago we have started one long email discussion with my colleagues and friends from various institutions - some private space companies, NASA, etc.. Our discussion initially started about the environment on Mars and the possible toxicity of the chemicals that are ...

On model of plate breakup

On model of plate breakup5° deviation created our Earth and human beings. Abstract Following continental drift and sea floor spreading, plate breakup should be considered as the 3rd milestone. Without sea floor spreading there would be no continental drift, and without plate breakup there would be no sea floor spreading. Therefore, it should be a great significance to research the mechanism of plate breakup. Any model ...

Slingshot based space rocket launcher

Slingshot based space rocket launcherAbstract: In space research, rockets are used to explore the space and also rockets uses fuel to travel in space. Here the proposed Slingshot mechanism can be used in space research and to travel without fuel. The comparison of basic model of rocket and slingshot mechanism is made in this paper. Rocket uses fuel to go into the space. Whereas ...

We recommend: Proposed satellite navigation system for Mars

We recommend: Proposed satellite navigation system for MarsWe recommend you this source from other media. Universal and precise positioning services on Mars may not be just science fiction in our future. A proposed theoretical concept of a satellite navigation system for Mars promises a solution for future manned missions and future planetary exploration robotic missions to the red planet, according to new research released this week. More information ...



September 4, 2017

What was detected within lunar craters might be solid or liquid hydrogenAbstract: It’s said scientists had found significant amounts of water ice in craters at the moon’s south pole. However, the author has different views on this.

July 13, 2017

Before we land on MarsWe have selected an interesting article from our editor's blog. The article is called: "Before we land on Mars.

April 7, 2017

On model of plate breakup5° deviation created our Earth and human beings. Abstract Following continental drift and sea floor spreading, plate breakup should be considered as the 3rd milestone.

March 16, 2017

Slingshot based space rocket launcherAbstract: In space research, rockets are used to explore the space and also rockets uses fuel to travel in space.

February 27, 2017

We recommend: Proposed satellite navigation system for MarsWe recommend you this source from other media. Universal and precise positioning services on Mars may not be just science fiction in our future.

February 9, 2017

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter checks possible landing sitesAt an international workshop this week about where NASA's next Mars rover should land, most of the information comes from a prolific spacecraft that's been orbiting Mars since 2006...

February 7, 2017

Examining the paradox of ancient MarsMars scientists are wrestling with a problem. Ample evidence says ancient Mars was sometimes wet, with water flowing and pooling on the planet's surface.

January 27, 2017

Similar looking ridges on Mars have diverse originsThin, blade-like walls, some as tall as a 16-story building, dominate a previously undocumented network of intersecting ridges on Mars, found in images from NASA's Mars Reconnaissa...

January 18, 2017

Curiosity examines possible mud cracksScientists used NASA's Curiosity Mars rover in recent weeks to examine slabs of rock cross-hatched with shallow ridges that likely originated as cracks in drying mud.

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