#fthiotida#ancient#castle#ruins#unknown#treasures#sad#abandoned#forgotten#places ....and just when you think you know enough about your areas history,you find out about an ancient castle dated back in the Achilles era....according to tradition it was built there to protect an ancient road from Larissa to Aitoloakarnania....today only a few locals know about its existence.its remaining walls are covered by hollows and trees and if no-one cares about it, it will be lost for ever...like many other ancient ruins in this country....
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- Pluto May Not Be a Planet, But It Could Be Made Out of Millions of Comets
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According to the currently accepted model, planets are formed by the gradual accretion of smaller objects - and Pluto, situated right next to the Kuiper Belt asteroid field, has long been thought to have formed the same way. So that part is nothing new.
But there are similarities between Pluto and Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko that scientists from the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) believe may not be coincidental. In particular, the nitrogen-rich ice in Pluto's Sputnik Planitia.
Thanks to the Pluto probe New Horizons and Rosetta, the space probe sent to study Comet 67P, we have a new and unprecedented wealth of data about both Pluto and comets. "We've developed what we call 'the giant comet' cosmochemical model of Pluto formation," said geochemist Christopher Glein of the SwRI's Space Science and Engineering Division. "We found an intriguing consistency between the estimated amount of nitrogen inside the glacier and the amount that would be expected if Pluto was formed by the agglomeration of roughly a billion comets or other Kuiper Belt objects similar in chemical composition to 67P, the comet explored by Rosetta." Nitrogen on Pluto is akin to methane on Titan, or water on Earth - the key volatile responsible for shaping the dwarf planet's surface. Because of its low viscosity at Pluto's surface temperatures, nitrogen is able to flow like glaciers on Earth - eroding the bedrock and changing the shape of the landscape.
Earth's atmosphere is around 78 percent nitrogen (our temperatures don't get as cold as Pluto, so it remains gaseous), but Pluto's is about 98 percent. So between the nitrogen ice and the nitrogen atmosphere, the dwarf planet has an unusually high proportion of it.
Previously, scientists thought that maybe the nitrogen came from comets that landed on Pluto - but that model would not account for the sheer amount of it.
In addition to the comet model, the researchers also investigated a model whereby Pluto formed from very cold ices with chemical compositions similar to that of the Sun.