Evidence of Oxygen on Mars: NASA

Evidence has been found that Mars, billions of kilometers from Earth, has enough oxygen to support life. This performance has been done by the Perseverance Rover spacecraft sent by NASA.

  1. The Perseverance Rover collected 5.37 grams of oxygen from the atmosphere filled with carbon dioxide on Mars.
  2. The toaster-shaped device in the rover did this.
  3. The full name of this device is Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment (MOXI).
  4. Jim Reuter, Administrator of NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate – The atmosphere on Mars is very light and thin.
  5. Collecting oxygen from an atmosphere filled with carbon dioxide is a very complex process. But Moxie did just that.
  6. If astronauts are given this oxygen, they can last for at least 10 minutes.
  7. If astronauts want to stay on Mars for a year, they will need 1000 kilograms of oxygen. Reference : E-Paper lokmat
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