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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by N8 v2.0, Dec 24, 2007.
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i can see it now
Just did with the Kids, They liked it
Is that asteroid made of ice?
If so, that'd be about 12 million gallons of water, which would be a substantial water supply to start a Mars space station. Of course, I have no idea the amount of displacement of the water due to the nuclear level energy explosion of the impact.
Or am I think of comets? What's primarily made of ice?
Could we chop off a giant chunk of ice from space debris and crash it into Mars or would the water just evaporate and dissipate?
I'm glad this wasn't about Uranus.
i've heard aliens use Uranus as a base.
I saw it last night as I was driving home from Phoenix and didn't know what it was. I was hoping it was a UFO.
Actually, if you hop on a camel and follow that shining light from the heavens, it'll lead you directly to my toilet. I just gave birth to a holy sh*t of epic proportions. Bring gifts.
Somebody light some frankencense and myrrh.
it would be cool if mars was infront of the moon for an eclipse
You are the biggest moron of all time.
I hope you're joking.
I know you didn't really give much thought to what you were posting, but that was a great laugh. Thanks!
Comets are made of Ice , But not frozen Water , frozen Methan mostly so they ignite when they eter a planet with an atmosphere.
asteroids are Big chunks of Rock!
I am glad that you had a good laugh...
I knew it! N 8 is an alien!!!
I bet he's illegal too.
i hate to say this but, sometimes i think he does it on purpose. nobody can actually be that stupid.
My Neice got a telescope for Christmas , so we took it out to test it om mars , wascool we could even see Phobe!!!
what size telescope? We have a 110 mm (4") reflector that we don't use as much as we should.
Not that Big , a basic 4 inch refracting , my older brother ( the Astro physicsist ) has 9 inch reflector. I really should attach my camera to that one and get some good pics!!!