doglover: Now when astronomers discover their asses, get off them, and get a manned Mars flight or ten going, that will be cool.
simplicimus: Sentences like this drive me crazy: "It's less than 2% the mass of the Milky Way, but it's producing stars at a rate that's confounding scientists. " No, it was producing stars 13.1 billion years ago. We have no idea what's happening there now.
Shostie: doglover: But seriously, why is Europa not teeming with probes already?ALL THESE WORLDSARE YOURS EXCEPTEUROPAATTEMPT NOLANDING THERE
simplicimus: And I'm not going to start on the 30 billion light years away.
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