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Body Of Water Discovered On Mars
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Body Of Water Discovered On Mars
Scientistd believe they may have discovered a body of water on Mars...

Quote:What is believed to be liquid water is sitting below Mars' southern polar ice cap and is described as a "well-defined, 20-kilometer-wide zone." 20 kilometers is roughly 12.5 miles.


http://www.foxnews.com/science/2018/07/2...lanet.html
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RE: Body Of Water Discovered On Mars
If you have binoculars or access to a telescope, this week is a particularly good time to take a look at Mars as it's relatively close to Earth and won't be this close again till about 2035 or so. (I understand that there's a dust storm in progress, though, so it may be hard to make out any features on the landscape.)
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RE: Body Of Water Discovered On Mars
(July 26, 2018 at 12:31 am)Astreja Wrote: If you have binoculars or access to a telescope, this week is a particularly good time to take a look at Mars as it's relatively close to Earth and won't be this close again till about 2035 or so.  (I understand that there's a dust storm in progress, though, so it may be hard to make out any features on the landscape.)

Is it going to get up and dance a jig?

(Sorry. I just don't see the appeal of astronomy. My bad.)
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RE: Body Of Water Discovered On Mars
(July 26, 2018 at 1:32 am)Jörmungandr Wrote:
(July 26, 2018 at 12:31 am)Astreja Wrote: If you have binoculars or access to a telescope, this week is a particularly good time to take a look at Mars as it's relatively close to Earth and won't be this close again till about 2035 or so.  (I understand that there's a dust storm in progress, though, so it may be hard to make out any features on the landscape.)

Is it going to get up and dance a jig?

(Sorry.  I just don't see the appeal of astronomy.  My bad.)

This isn't astronomy, but history.  I feel confident that the underground lake will turn out to be the final resting place of Alexander the Great.

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RE: Body Of Water Discovered On Mars
(July 26, 2018 at 12:31 am)Astreja Wrote: If you have binoculars or access to a telescope, this week is a particularly good time to take a look at Mars as it's relatively close to Earth and won't be this close again till about 2035 or so.  (I understand that there's a dust storm in progress, though, so it may be hard to make out any features on the landscape.)

Awesome. I have binoculars but I all I have ever seen of Mars through them is a bright reddish dot. I'd love to see that dust storm, though. Looking at Jupiter through binoculars I have seen three of that planet's moons.
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