90% of the Marbi Reconnaissance Orbiter's Orbiter shined with what he really was.
Researchers have found that some of the pixels, 90% of the shots made by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on Mars, show what actually exists. The error is calculated after discovering the best signs of moisture absorbing material on the surface of Mars. They are not just a Mirage: Scientists now have serious doubts about the exact distribution of water on the planet.
Instrument A compact satellite-based Mars Intelligence Spectrometer is the "eye in the sky," which will identify minerals on the surface of the planet and the water accumulation sites. The procedure is carried out by measuring the infrared waves and the visible light corresponding to different chemical structures, and then dividing the data into pixels of 100 to 200 meters in diameter.
Pixels displaying minerals, such as aluminate, kaeseric, serpentine and perchlorate, most likely produced filters that correspond to different peaks in the data will inevitably occur when switching sensors between the areas of strong light and shadow. A team of researchers designed to investigate the possible distribution of perchlorate salts require a fine tuning of the filtering process using the new algorithm. Eventually, they found that approximately 0.05% of the pixels smoothen the tops so they looked like perchlorate.
Fortunately, in the case of most of the problem with minerals slightly smeared picture. After inspecting the same areas with other tools, scientists have seen that minerals are predominantly in their places. But with regard to perchlorate – only a small part is real. This can become a serious problem.
Martian atmosphere is too cold and thin for water on the surface exists in liquid form. However, as a mixture with the perchlorate salts, the melting point may be low enough to leave a small amount of liquid. Anyway, in theory.
Once you find the problem in CRISM, you will determine exactly where the surface of Mars has perchlorate. Since we are talking about damage to just a few pixels, existing maps are vague but not worthwhile. In addition, data obtained from the CRISM tool can be corrected using other tools.