The extra-warming agent is the potential missing puzzle in finding the impetus of life on Ancient Mars. The deciphering of the enigma has been done after thorough research work on the constituents of the Red Planet. There’s no substantial evidence to think that it should possess liquid water. But long decades ago, Mars had flowing water and ever-lasting and deepened backwaters. Mars had all the postulations of a good life and a long-lasting life just like on Earth today.
Kite, assistant professor of geophysical science at the University of Chicago, and his colleagues dissected the history of early Mars, performed some forensics study on the Red Planet. As the research ended, they come up with glorifying results. It was asserted that for once Ancient cloud on trapped in enough heat to keep water on the ground stable, and thus all the right ingredients of life had a chance to proceed.
In Earth’s atmosphere, low clouds tend to cool the surface while high clouds tend to warm it. On the same sort of effect is in play, but the planet also has water-ice clouds for most of the year. Kites’ team carved out a modulation of the global climatic clouds for simulating the greenhouse effect of produced by Mars’ clouds.