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Our Solar System Has Water Everywhere! A List Of Water On Planets, Moons And Asteroid Belt

Monday, October 3, 2016 16:00
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Caption: This representation of the Occator crater in false colours shows the differences in the surface composition. Red corresponds to a wavelength range around 0.97 micrometres (near infrared), green to a wavelength range around 0.75 micrometres (red, visible light) and blue to a wavelength range of around 0.44 micrometres (blue, visible light). These images were taken with the aid of the camera system aboard NASA’s Dawn space probe from a distance of 4425 kilometers. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA

Our Solar System Has Water Everywhere! Partial List Of Water On Planets, Moons And Asteroid Belt 

Indian in the machine:  If you hadn’t considered the water is common throughout out solar system, here is a partial list of what humanity has discovered far… 

Planets:

1. Earth: (nuff said)

2. Pluto:

Pluto may have a 60 mile deep liquid water ocean

Engadget-Sep 26, 2016
For the simulation to be accurate, the liquid water below the surface … That might seem impossible on a planet with a surface temperature of …
 
 
 

3. Mars

A Year After Discovering Water on Mars, Humanity Finds a Second …

Inverse-Sep 30, 2016
One year ago this week, NASA announced the discovery of liquid water on Mars, confirming speculation and irrevocably changing the way …
 
 
 

4.  Uranus:

Story image for uranus planet  water from Reno Gazette Journal

Star Guide: Star-hop to Uranus, a naked-eye planet

Reno Gazette Journal-Sep 14, 2016
Uranus is the next planet out beyond Saturn and the third largest … Comprised ofwater, helium, hydrogen, ammonia and methane, it’s an ice …
 
 
5.  Neptune: 
Story image for neptune planet  water from Tech Times

Extraordinary Compounds May Be Hiding In Uranus, Neptune

Tech Times-Sep 7, 2016
… which is common for the planets‘ interiors, extraordinary polymeric and … According to the researchers, Uranus and Neptune are mostly made up of … Carbon dioxide and water will have no trouble remaining stable when …

6.  Mercury: 

More data poured in from MESSENGER, with scientists identifying pyroclastic flowsthat could only be the result of explosive volcanism of lava mixed with volatile gases like water and carbon dioxide, more chemicals scientists didn’t expect in abundance on a planet so near the Sun. Soon after, the spacecraft’s radar spotted water ice lurking in the shadows of polar craters, reminiscent to the ice hiding in polar craters of our Moon. http://www.astronomy.com/news/2016/09/why-mercury-is-weird

Moons:

1. Europa: 

Scientists have found ‘surprising evidence’ about Jupiter’s Europa …

Wired.co.uk-Sep 26, 2016
Water vapour plumes may be being emitted from the icy surface of Jupiter’s moonEuropa, Nasa scientists have revealed. … imaging used to hunt for exoplanets by using the light of a host star to highlight the planet’s shadow.
 
 
 
 
 
2.  Dione: 

Add Saturn’s moon Dione to the list of places we need to explore …

Mic-4 hours ago
This discovery is important because where we find water, there’s a … Scientists concluded that the moon held a planet-wide ocean below its …
 
3.  Earth moon:

More data poured in from MESSENGER, with scientists identifying pyroclastic flowsthat could only be the result of explosive volcanism of lava mixed with volatile gases like water and carbon dioxide, more chemicals scientists didn’t expect in abundance on a planet so near the Sun. Soon after, the spacecraft’s radar spotted water ice lurking in the shadows of polar craters, reminiscent to the ice hiding in polar craters of our Moon. http://www.astronomy.com/news/2016/09/why-mercury-is-weird

Asteroid Belt:  

NASA Asteroid Mission Reveals Ice Volcano and Other Signs of Water

Newsweek-Sep 5, 2016
This dwarf planet is the largest body in the asteroid belt between … and water in the form of ice and possibly an outer atmosphere of vapor.
 
 
Inactive volcano spotted on asteroid
Indiana Gazette-Sep 4, 2016
 

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