Alligator Man Shocking Discovery Surprises Scientists
استغفراللہ! امریکہ میں قرآن کی بے حرمتی کرنے والے کا کیا حشر ہوا؛ ہولناک ویڈیو دیکھیں
“The discovery of tridymite was completely unexpected,” Douglas Ming, a coauthor on the new paper and a planetary scientist at NASA, said in a statement. “This discovery now begs the question of whether Mars experienced a much more violent and explosive volcanic history during the early evolution of the planet than previously thought.”
That’s because tridymite comes from volcanoes, like Mount St. Helens, the paper’s lead author, Richard Morris, explained in a statement. “On Earth, tridymite is formed at high temperatures in an explosive process called silicic volcanism,” he said.
The researchers are also considering the fact that the tridymite could have been formed at lower temperatures, but haven’t yet found anything to support that theory.