NASA and the US Army are analyzing meteorites from Mars to get new information about Red Planet's activities. One of the specimens, named & # 39; Black Beauty & # 39 ;, is over 2 billion years of age and contains water, making it unique from the rest. This amazing footage shows scientists from the Laboratory Research Laboratory using CT scan to look deep inside metal and stone, and create 3D high-quality images. & # 39; Black Beauty & # 39; is about the size of a baseball and weighs about half a pound.
Army Army Army Materials Dr Jennifer Sietens declared: "What is unique in Black Beauty is that one of the oldest meteorite meteorites discovered on Earth
" It has been proven that there are some water proof, That's why it's special.
"I think there are many benefits that cooperation between NASA and ARL can provide.
" In the larger picture, the ARL now also supports the national space policy. Helping to advance the mission of returning to the moon and to Mars.
"So for that matter, ARL helps a bigger picture of scientific advancement.
" By x-ray CT scan we can not destroy the galaxies and defects, so those cracks only, within the material before the test. "
Referring to the first time he saw the meteorites of the martian, Dr Sietens said:" We met a conference room and they took it, and we all made gloves and held it so that it really clean.
"It is amazing from another planet and we can store it in our hands."
NASA Goddard Chief Scientist Dr Jim Garvin said: "The science is actually intrinsically collaborative because even though the peer review process that allows us to publish our work requires our peers to understand what we do. "
"Not only from a written page or computer screen, and so collaboration I think from birth to science.
" So we ar and working with new measurement methods that measure those without size of things we do not quite understand, is the best way to go.
"Space is a big place and lots of work to do."