NASA Supercomputer Simulates the Weather on Mars

NASA Supercomputer Simulates the Weather on Mars

The Martian atmosphere is a lot different than Earth’s. It’s over 95% carbon dioxide, and contains only trace amounts of oxygen and water vapor. But that trace amount of water vapor still plays a pronounced role in the climate. NASA is very interested in Mars’ atmosphere, weather, and climate. The more they know about Mars, …

Continue reading “NASA Supercomputer Simulates the Weather on Mars”

The post NASA Supercomputer Simulates the Weather on Mars appeared first on Universe Today.

Universe Today
Go to Source

Comments are closed.