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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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A shield of silica aerogel between two to three centimeters in thickness can permanently increase surface temperatures to allow liquid water to exist on the surface.
"To sustain liquid water at the outer edge of the conventional habitable zone, a planet would need tens of thousands of times more carbon dioxide than Earth has today," Schwieterman explained in a (https://phys.org/news/2019-06-narrows-advanced-life-universe.html) statement .
Even if the purported second critical point at -45C and ambient pressure existed, the ambient conditions of liquid water in equilibrium would be by any means far away in temperature.
The new research does not take sides as to whether the liquid water exists.
The brightest reflections from the base layer--close to the center of this image--are centered around 193[degrees]E / 81 [degrees]S in all intersecting orbits, outlining a 20-km-wide anomaly that Roberto Orosei and colleagues interpret as a pond of liquid water.
"We interpret this feature as a stable body of liquid water on Mars."
The supercooled droplets are considered as a continuous phase in the Eulerian method and droplet volume fraction [alpha] is used to represent the amount of liquid water within a control volume.
Because of the existence of complete and quantitatively accurate thermodynamic potentials for liquid water [1, 2] and for ice [3, 4], it is now possible to provide quantitative evaluation of approximations to Eq.
Liquid water is one of the ingredients needed for potential past or present habitability of Mars.
WASHINGTON, Sept 28 (KUNA) -- NASA announced on Monday that it has "strong evidence" that liquid water exists on Mars, this discovery supports speculation that life may exist on the planet.
In the past, the measurement of liquid water content in clouds has been carried out by research aircraft.
The exoplanet is the smallest one found in any star's habitable zone, a temperate region surrounding a star that is suitable for liquid water.