Deep craters

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PostPosted: February 23, 2020 5:14 PM 

I read that there are deep craters on Mars. I forgot what the depth of one of these craters is, but it is much deeper than any crater the rover has passed. It is speculated that the extreme depth of this crater make it possible for the air pressure to be more than on the surface. Again, speculation that the atmosphere could be closer to the atmosphere on earth. There is so much misinformation about Mars, that my first question is, are there really deep craters on Mars. This is one of few websites that is not a conspiracy website. It is actually science driven site, so I would appreciate if anyone can answer this question. Also, if it is possible that a crater can be extremely deep, is there a possibility that the speculation that the atmosphere would be different than the surface? If all of these are possibilities, is it possible to measure the atmospheric pressure on a future rover mission? Since the rover will not be able to travel to the extreme depth because of the terrain, is it possible for the rover to drop some type of instrument into the crater that would be able to measure and transmit data back to the rover and the rover can transmit data back to earth? If this entire scenario sounds ridiculous, please tell me it is. I won't be surprised. Thanks.

Joe Smith


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PostPosted: March 19, 2020 6:33 AM 

We have a ton of stuff to discover about Mars.Shure, deep metor craters. why not. We already have lava tube tunnels....the chance of being made into a habitat makes these very interesting....still.....Elon Musk seems worried that he may never get there, interesting.....Space,,,the Final Frontier.,,, Hello Jim..... on this forum messages sometimes (most times),,move slow..ive been here decades..seen it from the start..yes pure science here.(or at least we try). although none of us know enough...Welcome..

Darwin


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PostPosted: March 26, 2020 1:52 PM 

Hellas Basin located in the southern hemisphere of Mars is the largest known impact created in the solar system.

The average atmospheric pressure on Mars is 7 millibars. In the basin pressures average 13 millibars.

Darwin

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PostPosted: March 26, 2020 2:37 PM 

So many post, too little results. How about Images? How to we post them.

If you want to revive this forum, these conditions must be met.

Henry said, "my tenure here was over." I will forever love him.

There is a new upwelling of science. We must make this sight user friendly.

Darwin

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PostPosted: March 26, 2020 3:06 PM 

I replied to post Ten minutes ago. Still can not see the reply.

I called myself a weatherman on this forum. In fact I am a metrologist. A degreed individual indeed.

Would love to discuss the Levin experiments and microclimate phenomena

Yet here I am...

Darwin

Darwin


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PostPosted: March 26, 2020 3:13 PM 

Maybe tomorrow...

Darwin


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PostPosted: March 26, 2020 3:25 PM 

https://youtu.be/__cRk6d_mYI

Darwin


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PostPosted: March 26, 2020 3:32 PM 

That's so sad.

A great song.

Neil Diamond , Solitary Man...

Sorry I had to spell it out..

Darwin


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PostPosted: March 26, 2020 4:11 PM 

Sorry just got this post to keep pounding.
Vince gill sang, "nobody answered when I called your name."

Darwin


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PostPosted: March 26, 2020 8:56 PM 

Still have a few pearls as Winston would say lol.

Joe Smith


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PostPosted: March 27, 2020 3:28 AM 

Hello JM..... time moves much slower than Elon Musk on this board...... eventually someone on Mars,, may...(or may not read) read this... I see Barsoomer is absent..sad... times are sad with this virus...even bandwidth when its needed most may become scarce...the tunnels of mars..i guess will interest me till I die... I too have done some (not all!) of the research.. habitat/installation/dwelling???...Like Elon,,I worry that I may never know...anyway.... the curse of old age.....the way we (the World)are going with technology ....death will soon be outlawed...me and you and Horton,Winston,Ben,Barsoomer,,Others..here,,,
the ones here to keep a dream alive,,, sad but I feel Important.....SOOOOOOOOO then......we are commited to keep the dream alive... that Man may one day walk on another World!!!............oh,,I don't worry about my GOD...I take him with me in my heart, soul and body.

Joe Smith


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PostPosted: March 27, 2020 3:49 AM 

Recently lost my IP address ...scary.. Security is tight now.(the stuff I went thru to just get a PING)....steps I went thru with techs that couldn't disclose their location... I wonder about the alert level of our military...hmmmm
Thanks to the Server that keeps this Forum alive....no idea how it is managed....Richard...or whoever it is..My hats off to you..Sir or Madam

Darwin


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PostPosted: March 28, 2020 2:54 PM 

Slower than Elon Musk. Now that's funny right there I don't care who you are..

joesmith


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PostPosted: April 2, 2020 12:06 AM 

Who's gonna tak u 2 Mars?...Darwin...

joesmith


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PostPosted: April 2, 2020 12:12 AM 

Who's gonna take u 2 Mars?...Darwin...

Joe Smith


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PostPosted: April 3, 2020 2:06 AM 

test

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PostPosted: April 3, 2020 12:42 PM 

https://news.google.com/articles/CAIiEMY2VPf-xKILcoGx0hUaoRYqGQgEKhAIACoHCAowmrWECzDc_IADMJS5ngY?hl=en-US&gl=US&ceid=US%3Aen

https://www.nature.com/articles/s42003-020-0860-1

Appropriate for the deep craters topic, the rocks hundreds of feet below the ocean bedrock solid surface of the Pacific on Earth. Various locations discussed, various microbe types, various energy and 'nutrient' types.
Have to finish reading this to comment in detail.
Having difficulty here with the virus conditions. It seems to be in control currently. Hope all are well. Good to read some ongoing info.

Darwin


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PostPosted: April 4, 2020 3:11 PM 

Joe Smith. I been there. Got the T-shirt son. Yes I said son. Come and get you some...

Darwin

Darwin


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PostPosted: April 4, 2020 3:42 PM 

https://youtu.be/xuZA6qiJVfU

Darwin


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PostPosted: April 4, 2020 4:09 PM 

Mars or Titan. Snow or rain. We love the Smokey Mountain rain on Earth.

https://youtu.be/a30R_drH2GA

Jim


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PostPosted: April 13, 2020 2:53 PM 

Hello Darwin, How is it known that deep craters on Mars may be 13 millibars? I am not doubting what you are saying. How does the rover come up with this data? So if I am correct by saying the atmosphere on earth is 1,000 millibars, then that means the atmosphere in that location, still cannot sustain enough oxygen from escaping, if any did exist in a deep crater? The reason I am asking is if there was any possibility that plant or animal life as we know it, can survive there. I am do not want to appear as someone that should be posting in the out of the mainstream section of this blog. I realize that life as we know it, requires some type of food or nutrients to survive long term. It would be a surprise if anything would be found down there that would contain nutrients to survive, even if the atmosphere could sustain some type of life, which appears to be a no on that too. Can some type of earth type lichen survive in such a hostile environment? Thanks.

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