Mars ice cap beneath the surface of Mars
Canadian scientists claim to have discovered a lava debris-covered glacier near a landing site on Mars, [mars ice cap] according to his research published in the famous science journal Icarus, this glacier found on Mars is similar to the glacial currents found within the ice surface in Antarctica, this place has been discovered in a lava field called Arcadia Planitia of Mars.
mars ice cap
According to the report of Live Science, scientists believe that if a glacier is found below this surface, it will be considered as the biggest success till date.
This will also speed up efforts to send astronauts from Earth to Mars, however, this glacier will not be the one to end the thirst of humans, it is yet to be ascertained how much quantity of this glacier is available inside the surface of Mars.
Claims of snow under a lava field
This space was already complicated for SpaceX and NASA because the place has a large and flat ground, it is considered ideal for landing of any spacecraft.
If snow is found at a low depth below the surface of this plain, then it can easily be a source of water to the hands of astronauts. Encouraged by this discovery, scientists are now preparing for further exploration.
Canadian scientists have made this claim
Shannon Hibbard, a doctoral student at the University of Western Ontario in Canada, said the new flow-like features are strange because they occur on flat terrain.
Hibberd said in a conversation with Live Science that there is a lot of evidence that this is an ice-rich region, but we have no terrestrial evidence, this glacier is found in a flat plain, so it is not easy to digest.
Arcadia planitia is located in the northern region of Mars, over the past 3 billion years, [mars ice cap] the flow of active lava in the region has slowed, this region is more diverse than other parts of Mars.
According to the data collected for the last several years, hydrogen is present in large quantities in the land of this region, water is made up of hydrogen and oxygen molecules, [mars ice cap] so the possibility of the presence of ice below the surface containing hydrogen has been suggested.