Re: >H Moon Colonization

Damien R. Sullivan (
Fri, 6 Mar 1998 13:09:02 -0800 (PST)

On Mar 6, 9:28am, Harvey Newstrom wrote:

> Best of all, they think the ice comes from comets and is not restricted
> to the moon. There may be ice on the poles of Mercury, Jupiters' moons,
> various asteroids, etc.
> This may even hold true for other solar systems. We may find ice
> naturally occurring throughout the universe. Supplies of Hydrogen and
> Oxygen and Water may be commonly found on any space exploration.

Especially any space exploration including comets.

Ice on Jupiter's moons is not exactly a new idea; they're debating whether
Europa has _liquid_ water. It's ice on the otherwise dry moon and Mercury
which are interesting; we've known water was out there somewhere for some time

-xx- GSV Urban Chauvinist X-)

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