About 87 million miles (140 million kilometers) above Grand Canyon, Also cut from the bowels of the large, grinder abyss Red Planet. Known as the Wallace Marineries, this deep deep, wide valley system runs more than 2,500 miles (4,000 km) along the equator spread over about a quarter of the planet’s circumference. The Gesh in Bedrock Mars It is as long and three times as long as the Grand Canyon of the Earth, making it the only largest canyon. Solar system – And, according to ongoing research from Tucson University Ari Rizona (UAE), a very mysterious one.
UA scientists have been taking close-up shots of the planet’s bizarre features since 2006, using an ultra-high-resolution camera called the HRSE (short for High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment) aboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. As follows, Hirsch posted on the website December 26, 2020 – Scientists still can’t confirm how the Gregantuan Canyon complex was created.
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On the contrary EarthThe Grand Canyon, the Wallace Marineries, was probably not carved by billions of years of flowing water; The Red Planet is so hot and dry that it can never contain a river large enough to cut through this type of crust – however, Researchers from the European Space Agency (ESA) said, There is evidence that flowing water made some of the existing channels in the valley millions of years ago.
Most of the valley was probably exposed billions of years ago, when the nearest super-group Volcano Known as the Tharesis field, it was the first to emerge from Martin clay, the ESA said. As the magma bubbles under this monster volcano (including Olympus Mons, The largest volcano in the solar system), the planet’s crust could easily stretch, tear and eventually fall into the pits and valleys created by Welles Marineris today, according to the ESA.
Evidence suggests that subsequent landslides, magma flows and, yes, some ancient rivers may also have contributed to the continuous erosion of the valley on the lower ins. Further analysis of high resolution photos like this will help solve the puzzle of the glorious valley of the solar system.
Published on Original Living Science.