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#1 maheshkhati

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Posted 02 August 2019 - 02:42 AM

I read that Methane is found on Mars. Mean's many many years back there would be some biological activity was going
on mars but due to loosing magnetic field, the shower of cosmic radiation has killed the living habitats on mars.
Can we regenerate the magnetic field of mars artificially?
For example:-
On equator of mars, velocity is 241.17 m/s. If we create some very high static electric charge points
of very high value of coulomb by some small portable nuclear reactor, then circular motion of this charge points
on equator will produce magnetic field on mars. This will protect the human habitats on mars from cosmic radiation.
This may be impossible now but after some year this may be possible.
Human will not fill this charge as it is stable with them but cosmic radiation fill the magnetic field produce due to
circular motion of charges.

Edited by maheshkhati, 02 August 2019 - 03:50 AM.


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Posted 02 August 2019 - 03:58 AM

The rabbit hole goes deeper than that, the question is can we restart the magnetic field generated by the planet by using nuclear weapons or slamming a asteroid/comet into the planet?(http://www.sciencefo...nuclear +reheat)


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Posted 02 August 2019 - 07:21 AM

A magnetic field would necessitate a molten core which Mars lost billions of years ago.

 

https://en.wikipedia...forming_of_Mars


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Posted 06 August 2019 - 03:02 AM

Thanks fahquad,
Magnetic shield on L1 orbit

Magnetic shield on L1 orbit around Mars
During the Planetary Science Vision 2050 Workshop[23] in late February 2017, NASA scientist Jim Green proposed a concept of placing a magnetic dipole field between the planet and the Sun to protect it from high-energy solar particles. It would be located at the L1 orbit at about 320 R♂. The field would need to be "Earth comparable" and sustain 50000 nT as measured at 1 Earth-radius. The paper abstract cites that this could be achieved by a magnet with a strength of 1–2 teslas (10,000–20,000 gauss).[64] If constructed, the shield may allow the planet to restore its atmosphere. Simulations indicate that within years, the planet would be able to achieve half the atmospheric pressure of Earth. Without solar winds stripping away at the planet, frozen carbon dioxide at the ice caps on either pole would begin to sublimate (change from a solid into a gas) and warm the equator. Ice caps would begin to melt to form an ocean. The researcher further argues that volcanic outgassing,[dubious – discuss] which to some degree balances the current atmospheric loss on Earth, would replenish the atmosphere over time, enough to melt the ice caps and fill ​1⁄7 of Mars' prehistoric oceans.[65][66][23]


------------- as given in wiki, this is also one way to create magnetic shield for mars.

Above thought come to my mind, when I read that airplane & car when run, carries static charge but we do not
fill it as that charge is evenly spread in it.
Means, we can create very high charge carring static points on equator of mars & as velocity of mars at equator
is very high. This circular motion of charge points will generate magnetic field.
This is really interesting because if we create artificial magnetic field or protective field.
Nature will do there work automatically & we will get totally new planet to live in few years.

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Posted 06 August 2019 - 03:21 AM

I read that Methane is found on Mars. Mean's many many years back there would be some biological activity was goingon mars but due to loosing magnetic field, the shower of cosmic radiation has killed the living habitats on mars.Can we regenerate the magnetic field of mars artificially?For example:-On equator of mars, velocity is 241.17 m/s. If we create some very high static electric charge pointsof very high value of coulomb by some small portable nuclear reactor, then circular motion of this charge pointson equator will produce magnetic field on mars. This will protect the human habitats on mars from cosmic radiation.This may be impossible now but after some year this may be possible.Human will not fill this charge as it is stable with them but cosmic radiation fill the magnetic field produce due tocircular motion of charges.

The presence of methane does NOT indicate biological activity, whether present or past.

Methane is found all over the solar system. It is one of the simplest light element molecules, so this is only to be expected.

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Posted 06 August 2019 - 03:28 AM

https://en.wikipedia...Methane_on_Mars
The reported presence of methane in the atmosphere of Mars is of interest to many geologists and astrobiologists,[1] as methane may indicate the presence of microbial life on Mars, or a geochemical process such as volcanism or hydrothermal activity.[2][3][4][5][6][7]

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until we do not explore the mars totally, we can not say that biological activity was going on mars in
past or not but it is accepted fact that mars have lot of water which is basic ingredient for that.

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Posted 06 August 2019 - 07:13 AM

https://en.wikipedia...Methane_on_MarsThe reported presence of methane in the atmosphere of Mars is of interest to many geologists and astrobiologists,[1] as methane may indicate the presence of microbial life on Mars, or a geochemical process such as volcanism or hydrothermal activity.[2][3][4][5][6][7]-------until we do not explore the mars totally, we can not say that biological activity was going on mars inpast or not but it is accepted fact that mars have lot of water which is basic ingredient for that.

Two points:

i) if it were due to biology, that would have to be active today not a long time ago, since atmospheric methane is removed by various processes on Mars today,

ii) if you read the link , it is clear that non-biological sources are by far the most likely. In fact it looks to me as if the notion that it could be biological in origin is just due to NASA trying to keep the idea of life on Mars alive , in order to keep up the level of funding.

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Posted 06 August 2019 - 07:49 PM

I am leaning toward Ganymede.  Liquid water under an ice crust and the only moon in the solar system with a magnetic field.  The internal ocean is believed to contain more water than all of the oceans of the Earth. The water can be split into oxygen for breathing and hydrogen for fuel and the thick ice crust can protect against radiation from Jupiter while the core is warmed by tidal forces.  The temperature on the surface ranges from 70K (-334F) to 110K (-262F) but I can't find any record of interior temperature (mainly because we haven't sent a probe with a drill so far).

 

Ganymede_g1_true-edit1.jpg

 

https://en.wikipedia...Ganymede_(moon)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moon

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth



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Posted 06 August 2019 - 08:04 PM

Titan has been proposed as potentially habitable in the past due to its thick atmosphere, but it is composed almost of totally Nitrogen and Methane.  It is also tidal locked as in the same side constantly faces Saturn.  The temperature is 94K (-291F), and there is no trace of oxygen or water.

 

Titan_in_true_color.jpg

 

https://en.wikipedia...ki/Titan_(moon)



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Posted 13 August 2019 - 04:33 AM

https://phys.org/new...rs-experts.html

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Posted Yesterday, 03:28 AM

Life may have existed on warm, rainy ancient Mars, says study: Here's all you need to know
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https://www.timesnow...-to-know/473271



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