PHOTO | Space Tourism: Mountains three times higher than Everest, valley four times larger than Grand Canyon, these eight places on Mars will be crowded with tourists | These eight places on Mars will be crowded with tourists

PHOTO | Space Tourism: Mountains three times higher than Everest, valley four times larger than Grand Canyon, these eight places on Mars will be crowded with tourists | These eight places on Mars will be crowded with tourists

Space Tourism: Space agencies around the world are preparing to build a human habitation on Mars. In such a scenario, the tourism industry will also start on the Red Planet. In such a situation people can visit these eight places.

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There is a lot of potential for life on Mars. In such a scenario, it will be an interesting place for future tourists. The number of tourists visiting here may also increase when humans first settle human settlements on the Red Planet. Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun and this red planet is filled with huge volcanoes, deep valleys and pits.

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Valles Marineris is the largest valley on Mars, about 3000 km long. It is almost four times larger than the Grand Canyon. It is a system of valleys, which reaches a depth of 10 km. Wallace Marineris was named after Mariner 9, which was invented in 1971.

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People will also be able to visit both poles of Mars. According to a 2008 study by Phoenix Lander, the composition of these two glaciers is very different. The temperature here is very low in winter.

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According to NASA, Tharsis Montes is the largest volcanic region on Mars. It is spread over about 4000 km and its altitude is 10 km. There are 12 major volcanoes. There are four major volcanoes in the region of Thrace, namely, Ascaris Mons, Pavonis Mons, Arsia Mons and Olympus Mons.

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The Hale Crater is a recurring slope that forms on the edges of pits in hot weather. In 2015, NASA announced that hydrated salts should have signs of flowing water on the surface, but subsequent research has suggested that RSL may have been formed by atmospheric water or a dry vessel of sand.

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Olympus Mons is about 17 miles (27 km) high, which is three times the height of Mount Everest. It is in the Tharis volcano section. Olympus Mons was formed by the eruption of lava, which then flows far away before solidifying. That way people can climb this mountain.

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According to a 2012 Curiosity rover study, the Gale Crater may have had water in the past. Within weeks of landing, the Curiosity rover found a current. After that, a lot of evidence of water was found during the journey. Curiosity is now exploring a nearby volcano called Mount Sharp.

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Scientists are fascinated by the ‘Ghost Dunes’ found in the Noctis labyrinthus and Hales basins. According to the researchers, the area was ten times as high as ten meters. These were then filled with lava or water, which protected their places, while their tops disappeared.

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