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About Dolmio

Dolmio is a food company. The company offers pasta, Bolognese, sauces, and micro pouches food. It is based in Slough, England.

Headquarters Location

Global Privacy Team Dundee Road

Slough, England, SL1 4LG,

United Kingdom

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Scientists Find Frozen Glaciers on Mars: Meaning for Future Exploration

Mar 19, 2023

Updated: March 17, 2023 20:58 Kompasiana is a blogging platform. This content is the responsibility of the blogger and does not represent the editorial views of Kompas. Sumber: NASA MRO HiRISE/CRISM False Color Composite In a remarkable discovery, scientists have discovered frozen glaciers on Mars that can hold valuable information about the planet’s past and future. According to a new study published in the journal Science, researchers used data from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter to identify enormous layers of ice on the planet’s surface, buried under layers of dust and rock. The discovery of frozen glaciers on Mars has important implications for our understanding of the planet’s geology and the potential for future exploration. Data collected by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter indicates the existence of more than 100 frozen glaciers on Mars, which are found in the northern and southern polar regions of the planet. These glaciers are believed to contain valuable information about the climate of Mars and its geological history. According to researchers, this ice sheet under the surface of Mars could offer a very important resource for future human exploration missions. Water from this permafrost can be converted into oxygen and hydrogen, which can be used for rocket fuel and is a vital resource for humans exploring the planet. In addition, the discovery of frozen glaciers also provides information about climate change on Mars. The researchers concluded that the glaciers formed during a colder, wetter period on Mars, indicating that the planet underwent significant climate changes over the past. This discovery also strengthens the argument that Mars has the potential to be inhabited by humans. With the available water and fuel resources, human exploration of the planet may become more viable in the future. However, human exploration of Mars also poses great challenges. The environment on the planet was very different from Earth’s, and humans had to adapt to very harsh conditions such as extremely cold temperatures and very high radiation. The discovery of this frozen glacier also demonstrates the importance of space exploration and future exploratory missions. With technology and scientific advances that continue to develop, humans can continue to explore and study other planets in our solar system. In addition, this discovery also shows the importance of international cooperation in research and space exploration. For example, this discovery was only made possible because of the collaboration between NASA and the European Space Agency. The discovery of frozen glaciers on Mars could also inspire young people to take an interest in science and space exploration. Knowing that there is still so much to learn in outer space, kids can feel inspired to pursue careers in science and technology.

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    Dolmio's headquarters is located at Global Privacy Team, Slough.

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