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Quantess Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-20-09 08:04 PM
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38. Interesting.
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  -NASA Reveals First-Ever Photo Of Liquid On Another World musicblind  Dec-18-09 06:01 PM   #0 
  - In other news, Evian builds spaceship...  Dennis Donovan   Dec-18-09 06:04 PM   #1 
  - Realtors pitch: we can get on the ground floor-- lakefront property!  hlthe2b   Dec-18-09 06:05 PM   #2 
  - I remember a documentary where they postulated..........  CrownPrinceBandar   Dec-18-09 06:05 PM   #3 
  - Yes it is. Or at least that's what it says in the article  musicblind   Dec-18-09 06:25 PM   #6 
  - Methane may not be as good as a 'working solvent' as water is, though  muriel_volestrangler   Dec-19-09 05:15 PM   #35 
     - Very interesting. Thank you. Though I will say that if we ever do encounter life outside of Earth  musicblind   Dec-22-09 05:08 AM   #41 
     - Nifty link to the Ammonia-based life article, thanks!  Ignis   Dec-24-09 11:46 AM   #44 
  - I just finished reading your article you linked to, and thank you, that was very informative!  musicblind   Dec-18-09 06:43 PM   #12 
  - It's entirely possible that our arrogance could have prevented  CaliforniaPeggy   Dec-18-09 06:05 PM   #4 
  - Indeed! I wish there was more money for NASA because  musicblind   Dec-18-09 06:33 PM   #9 
  - Lakes of liquid methane.  truthisfreedom   Dec-18-09 06:18 PM   #5 
  - No need to sigh. That is very good news.  musicblind   Dec-18-09 06:28 PM   #7 
  - I guess smokers won't enjoy it for long.  RedCloud   Dec-18-09 09:12 PM   #24 
  - It's beautiful, thanks for posting it.  stevedeshazer   Dec-18-09 06:30 PM   #8 
  - Thank you! It really is beautiful and makes me feel a lot of wonder at the thought of how small  musicblind   Dec-18-09 06:38 PM   #11 
  - Awesome. +1  StarfarerBill   Dec-18-09 06:37 PM   #10 
  - Aw, thank you for reading,  musicblind   Dec-18-09 06:44 PM   #14 
     - Thanks for pointing that out, too.  StarfarerBill   Dec-18-09 06:50 PM   #15 
  - used to say in the 80s that water off the Earth was CRAZY impossible  KakistocracyHater   Dec-18-09 06:43 PM   #13 
  - The Drake Equation is used to estimate how many civilizations exist in our galaxy at the same time  musicblind   Dec-18-09 06:58 PM   #16 
  - By "they used to say" you mean "I just made it up" by any chance?  liberation   Dec-18-09 08:16 PM   #21 
  - It's no longer called GJ 1214b. It's now called Planet Colbert.  Ian David   Dec-18-09 07:01 PM   #17 
  - I'm pretty sure it's still called Titan. (nt)  Posteritatis   Dec-18-09 07:41 PM   #20 
     - She/he was refering to the planet I mentioned in my commentary.  musicblind   Dec-18-09 10:48 PM   #26 
  - Easy to embed photo  Trajan   Dec-18-09 07:26 PM   #18 
  - Well thank you for embeding it. I wasn't sure if photos were allowed in the LBN section  musicblind   Dec-18-09 10:52 PM   #28 
  - wonder when we can live there  m3e92man8850   Dec-18-09 07:28 PM   #19 
  - We'd have a better chance of living on the Moon or Mars  musicblind   Dec-18-09 10:51 PM   #27 
  - Extraordinary. K&R n.t  myrna minx   Dec-18-09 08:30 PM   #22 
  - I'm surprised there's even enough light from the sun to reach that far  cowcommander   Dec-18-09 08:42 PM   #23 
  - It is very far away. I think it gets some of its heat from Saturn actually.  musicblind   Dec-18-09 10:52 PM   #29 
  - It's nice and all but my phone has a better camera.  Fearless   Dec-18-09 10:01 PM   #25 
  - lol. It wasn't the clearest shot, but pretty amazing since it was taken from space  musicblind   Dec-18-09 10:53 PM   #30 
  - I agree it was very nice  Fearless   Dec-19-09 08:03 AM   #31 
  - I rather doubt that. (nt)  Posteritatis   Dec-24-09 12:17 PM   #45 
  - Liquid water is a lot closer than you think...  Heywood J   Dec-19-09 12:25 PM   #32 
  - Neat.  BreweryYardRat   Dec-24-09 06:34 AM   #43 
  - -292F, people. Just a bit nippy.  truthisfreedom   Dec-19-09 12:31 PM   #33 
  - That doesn't mean anything in regards to a definitive baring on potential life in this situation.  musicblind   Dec-24-09 12:31 AM   #42 
  - If you zoom in on the pic, you can see this guy swimming in that sea:  rateyes   Dec-19-09 03:54 PM   #34 
  - On what day did god create this?  Mika   Dec-20-09 09:07 AM   #36 
  - Musicblind, you will probably enjoy this link, ...  CRH   Dec-20-09 01:15 PM   #37 
  - Interesting.  Quantess   Dec-20-09 08:04 PM   #38 
  - Of course there are "liquids" on other planets  and-justice-for-all   Dec-20-09 09:59 PM   #39 
  - What an amazing photo.  Forkboy   Dec-21-09 02:01 AM   #40 
 

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