recent image Photos taken by NASA’s Persevering Rover appear to show an amazing rainbow on Mars. Since scientific evidence indicates that there should be no rainbows on Mars, this photo has caused widespread speculation on the Internet.
On the earth, rainbows appear when sunlight meets appropriate atmospheric conditions. Under these conditions, the light hits and reflects off the various water droplets in the atmosphere.
However, given the cold, thin and dry atmosphere of Mars, it is unlikely that a real rainbow will appear in the image.
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Further speculation on this website comes from “Ask me a question” with NASA in 2015 Research team members of NASA’s Mars Program Office Chief Scientist Rich Zurek said that “ice” may appear on Mars because although there are no water droplets, the Poles have found snow.
However, the most supported theory seems to be that the “rainbow” is caused by an artifact that causes random light to enter and randomly spread inside the lens, similar to the “lens flare” in a typical camera.
This is supported by Dave Lavery Director of the Solar System Exploration Project of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Who told “Forbes”, “It’s definitely not a rainbow. …just the reflection inside the lens.”
He said: “The rover is almost north of the helicopter, so when these images were taken, the camera was looking almost south at 2:00pm local solar time on Mars.” Interfering with the camera’s optics.
Whatever the reason, it must be beautiful.
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