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Check out Mars tonite... about 1 o'clock of the full moon

LordOpie

MOTHER HEN
Oct 17, 2002
21,027
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Denver
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?
 

BurlyShirley

Rex Grossman Will Rise Again
Jul 4, 2002
19,185
17
TN
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.