时间：2019-07-11 09:43:53 来源：专家讲座 浏览：1775 次
Today, China's Mars exploration is another cause for concern. Ouyang Ziyuan, academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and chief scientist of China's Lunar Exploration Engineering, revealed in the report at the 2009 Software Definition Satellite Summit Forum held in Shandong Province that China will explore Mars in 2020 and jointly explore Mars through Mars Satellite, Mars Lander and Mars Vehicle.
So what do you do on Mars? What you are most concerned about is whether there is life on Mars? Ouyang Ziyuan said that the first scientific problem of Mars exploration is to expect a breakthrough in the information of life activities on Mars. This includes information about life today, whether there has been life in the past, the conditions and environment for life on Mars, the origin of life and the exploration of extraterrestrial life.
The second is to accumulate data for the ontology of Mars. Including Mars magnetosphere, ionosphere and Atmospheric Exploration and environmental science; Mars topography and geomorphology characteristics and zoning; Mars surface material composition and distribution, geological characteristics and tectonic zoning; Mars internal structure, composition, intrinsic magnetic field exploration; Mars and comparative planetology, the origin and evolution of Mars, the origin and evolution of the solar system Change.
Thirdly, to explore the long-term transformation of Mars and the future prospects of establishing a second habitat for human beings. Its overall goal is to serve the sustainable development of human society.
Space experts said that China's Mars exploration started late, but with a high starting point and high efficiency. It is worth noting that in the first mission, the three major tasks of "winding", "falling" and "patrolling" are realized at one time, which is unprecedented in the history of space flight. At the forum, Ouyang Ziyuan introduced that China will explore Mars next year. Human beings have explored Mars 45 times, but only 18 times have been successful, with a success rate of only 40%.
He said that no evidence of life has yet been found. At international meetings today, everyone's greatest ideal for Mars is to transform Mars, and for humans, to preserve their species. The task of science is to create more possibilities for the future of the community of human destiny.