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

LordOpie

MOTHER HEN
Oct 17, 2002
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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
19,183
1
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.