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http://en.rian.ru/russia/20120131/171039774.html

Anyone else who wants to know the truth about Phobos (I mean the moon, not the probe)? I bet it's "above" top secret and shit. Oh well.

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http://en.rian.ru/science/20120131/171052488.html

Hmm, is the ESA a part of some secret project along with NASA regarding Phobos? Even if NASA cut it's participation with ESA?

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NASA has 2 hands just like the rest of us. The right hand doesn't know what the left does. I still wonder why Phobos. Its the closest moon to any planet and it will collide with Mars in about a million years (set your calendar).

Some say Phobos is part of Planet X (Cerbes or however itís spelled) between Mars and Jupiter in the asteroid belt. In fact the asteroid belt is because 2 planetoids had a collision in space.

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Russian Doomers will love it! There's a lot.

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Roscosmos Ready to Give Phobos-Grunt Second Try

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All these worlds are yours, except Phobos. Attempt no landing there. Use them together. Use them in peace.

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The Lag said:
All these worlds are yours, except Phobos. Attempt no landing there. Use them together. Use them in peace.

AHH! What's it from? I must know!

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2001, except it's Europa in the original quote.

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Ah, that's it. But it was 2010, I believe.

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Yeah the movie 2010: The Year We Make Contact made it very clear from HAL that Europa is NOT ours and we should not attempt any form of landing there. Science fiction yes, but I'm not sure we really want to find out if there is some truth to that. But, why Europa?

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But, why Europa?

Europa almost certainly contains liquid water and is a possible home for extremeophile extraterrestrial life.

...and enceledas and titan and mars of course

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Bigger problem is not finding the liquid water (Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, and oxygen is the third) but finding an environment where the solar wind doesn't simply fuck anything that tries to live.

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Bigger problem is not finding the liquid water (Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, and oxygen is the third) but finding an environment where the solar wind doesn't simply fuck anything that tries to live.

If life can be found on europa and enceledas, it's going to be found 50 miles below the ice cover, well protected from anything, including us.

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Man talking about moons and planets makes me even more excited about going on a space trip observing all the wonders that exist in this universe. I guess you can call it space porn.

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Quast said:
If life can be found on europa and enceledas, it's going to be found 50 miles below the ice cover, well protected from anything, including us.

Ok sorry but ice is CLEAR



Do you SEE any life? Didn't think so.

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