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NASA's methane discovery on Mars has become much more interesting – BGR

At the end of June, NASA announced that the sensors on its Curiosity Rover are delivering alarmingly high levels of methane, seemingly coming from nowhere. Determining the source of this methane and whether it is a geological or a biological process is now an important area of ​​research for scientists. A new study from Newcastle University does not provide a …

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A Novel Catalysis Approach Reduces Carbon Dioxide to Methane

This special surface of copper and silver is important for achieving the range of chemical reactions in the system developed by the team. Credit: University of Delaware More and more scientists are looking for fast and cost-effective ways to convert carbon dioxide into valuable chemicals and fuels. Now, an international research team has presented a new approach that uses a …

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Scientists are on the verge of solving the mystery of methane associated with the possibility of life on Mars

World 19:13 06.07.2019 Get Short URL Due to the proximity and similarity of Mars and Earth, scientists have long speculated about the possibility of living on Mars, focusing on newer probes [19659005] An interdisciplinary team from Aarhus University recently conducted a study to investigate the possible mechanism for removing methane from the Martian atmosphere, writes Universe Today. The scientific debate …

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The search for life could lead to uncovering the secret behind the fluctuations in methane levels in the Martian atmosphere

Extraterrestrial life forms have always been a mystery to humans, but the real interest in this matter began only 15 years ago, when scientists in the Martian atmosphere found traces of methane, an organic molecule that is associated with the existence of many living things, too we people. The investigations into the analysis of the Martian atmosphere yielded different results …

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Genetically modified cows burping and fumbling could halve methane emissions

Cows genetically modified to burp and root less could have significant impacts on climate change – potentially helping to reduce global warming by halving methane emissions. Methane is a greenhouse gas, which is far more potent than carbon dioxide. It is released when biological material breaks down, for example, during the digestive process of a cow. While fossil fuel burning …

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Curiosity discovers the highest levels of methane on Mars

This image was taken by the left Navcam on June 18, 2019, the 2,440th Mars Day or Sol of the mission, recorded on the NASA rover Curiosity Mars. It shows a part of "Teal Ridge" that the rover investigated in a region called the "clay-containing unit". NASA / JPL-Caltech The strange mystery of methane on Mars continues. Previously, NASA's Curiosity …

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A Mars methane burp melts away

Scientists have tracked the seasonal rise and fall of methane levels in the background, but could not identify a pattern for the transient clouds The mystery of Mars methane continues. The NASA Curiosity Rover has seen its highest ever measured colorless, odorless gas content over its seven-year mission on the Red Planet last week. But a follow up on this …

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Curiosity Sniffs a Spike in Methane. Could it be a sign of life?

Curiosity Rover has been finding evidence of past (or even present) life on the Red Planet. In 2014, the rover may have achieved this in a moment of increase in atmospheric methane in its vicinity and found traces of complex organic molecules in drill samples while poking around in the Gale Crater. About a year ago, Curiosity struck pay dirt …

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