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Martian Dirt: Soil that Imitates Chemical Signatures Found in Mars and Asteroids

siliconreview Martian Dirt: Soil that Imitates Chemical Signatures Found in Mars and Asteroids

Scientists have now found a way to imitate the soil that is available in mars for crop cultivation. This Martian Dirt will imitate or mimic the signatures that are found in the soil of Mars and other such Asteroids. The major reason for developing these stimulants is to have a clear idea of growing food on the red planet for future colonies. Various researchers from the University of Central Florida aka UCF have taken this initiative. The scientifically based standardized method for creating the Martian soil will give away many answers. With this, we might encounter various other new innovations as well. This means the time has finally come to see the future where we will have human colonies even in mars and this new method will help us survive in the red planet.

Dan Britt from the UCF has clearly high hopes for the Martian Dirt to help mankind move to the next phase. Certainly, researchers believe that these stimulants can be sold out in the market for $20 USD. This means that it can be used in our daily life right here on earth. But only time will tell how things might work out so let’s wait and see how the Martian dirt will benefit us, humans.

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