According to scientists, the earliest evidence of humans living on earth is three million years old. In such a situation, at the time when volcanic activities were happening on Mars, humans were present on the earth.
US Space Agency NASA’s InSight Mars Lander has detected active volcanoes on planet Mars. The latest observations of the lander show that there has been evidence of volcanic eruptions on the Red Planet over the last 50,000 years. It may take a lot of time to listen, but if you look at the scale and understand the age of the planets, then it is very short time.
According to scientists, the earliest evidence of humans living on Earth is three lakh years old. In such a situation, at the time when volcanic activities were happening on Mars, at that time humans were present on Earth. The earliest records of volcanic activity on Mars can be seen up to four billion years ago, but with the latest results this activity seems completely different. Small volcanic eruptions were recorded on Mars even 40 million years ago. However, there is no evidence yet that there has been any activity on the planet since then.
The volcanic debris seen within a radius of 32 km
Information on fissure-fed streams of lava between 500 and 2.5 million years old has been recorded at Elysium Planitia, a plain on the equator of Mars. New geological activity has been observed in the south of this place, with several major volcanoes showing signs of recent activity. The debris from the volcanic eruptions has been seen in a radius of 32 km. This debris is scattered due to pyroclastic flow, which is caused by heavy pressure under the surface.
Records of volcanic activity found near Olympus Mons
The most popular example of this pressure on Earth is the incident with the city of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Many examples of such incidents were seen on Mars around Olympus Mons three billion years ago. Olympus Mons is the largest mountain in our Solar System and the tallest compared to all other Mars volcanoes. The water present on the surface must have got the magma and created a dangerous reaction, due to which the debris of the volcano would have blown up to 10 km in the sky.
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