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(Bubblews)   A thirsty Curiosity Rover finds a way to top off the fluids on Mars   (bubblews.com ) divider line
    More: Cool, NASA, water on Mars, Mars Science Laboratory, raw images, best evidence rules  
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2014-02-05 03:30:45 PM  

washington-babylon: johnny_vegas: washington-babylon: I'll just leave this here...

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/Water on mars is old news, thanks to the Phoenix lander.

I'll just leave this here...

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Are you trying to say that Phoenix found Polyethylene Glycol? I think that would be a bigger shock than finding salty water.


no i am saying Phoenix found Diethylene Glycol, even more impressive!
 
2014-02-05 05:09:01 PM  

johnny_vegas: washington-babylon: johnny_vegas: washington-babylon: I'll just leave this here...

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/Water on mars is old news, thanks to the Phoenix lander.

I'll just leave this here...

[prestone.com image 500x500]

Are you trying to say that Phoenix found Polyethylene Glycol? I think that would be a bigger shock than finding salty water.

no i am saying Phoenix found Diethylene Glycol, even more impressive!


Hmm... besides the [CITATION NEEDED], Diethylene Glycol in nature pretty much requires water (and massive amounts of Ethylene Glycol). On top of that, Diethylene Glycol is not very stable.
 
2014-02-05 05:57:49 PM  

washington-babylon: johnny_vegas: washington-babylon: johnny_vegas: washington-babylon: I'll just leave this here...

[astrobob.areavoices.com image 500x324]

[img.gawkerassets.com image 320x167]


/Water on mars is old news, thanks to the Phoenix lander.

I'll just leave this here...

[prestone.com image 500x500]

Are you trying to say that Phoenix found Polyethylene Glycol? I think that would be a bigger shock than finding salty water.

no i am saying Phoenix found Diethylene Glycol, even more impressive!

Hmm... besides the [CITATION NEEDED], Diethylene Glycol in nature pretty much requires water (and massive amounts of Ethylene Glycol). On top of that, Diethylene Glycol is not very stable.


Since the atmospheric pressure on Mars is 5 mm Hg I'd say it's safe to say to keep guessing on what it is. There aren't many liquids that won't sublimate at that pressure. Either way, if water will sublimate then Ethylene Glycol will as well.

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2014-02-05 06:08:54 PM  

washington-babylon: johnny_vegas: washington-babylon: johnny_vegas: washington-babylon: I'll just leave this here...

[astrobob.areavoices.com image 500x324]

[img.gawkerassets.com image 320x167]


/Water on mars is old news, thanks to the Phoenix lander.

I'll just leave this here...

[prestone.com image 500x500]

Are you trying to say that Phoenix found Polyethylene Glycol? I think that would be a bigger shock than finding salty water.

no i am saying Phoenix found Diethylene Glycol, even more impressive!

Hmm... besides the [CITATION NEEDED], Diethylene Glycol in nature pretty much requires water (and massive amounts of Ethylene Glycol). On top of that, Diethylene Glycol is not very stable.


ummmm..the reference was to the relatively small percentage of diethylene glycol in antifreeze....and I actually do not think some martians hoopdie is leaking in his driveway.
 
2014-02-05 06:17:34 PM  

johnny_vegas: washington-babylon: johnny_vegas: washington-babylon: johnny_vegas: washington-babylon: I'll just leave this here...

[astrobob.areavoices.com image 500x324]

[img.gawkerassets.com image 320x167]


/Water on mars is old news, thanks to the Phoenix lander.

I'll just leave this here...

[prestone.com image 500x500]

Are you trying to say that Phoenix found Polyethylene Glycol? I think that would be a bigger shock than finding salty water.

no i am saying Phoenix found Diethylene Glycol, even more impressive!

Hmm... besides the [CITATION NEEDED], Diethylene Glycol in nature pretty much requires water (and massive amounts of Ethylene Glycol). On top of that, Diethylene Glycol is not very stable.

ummmm..the reference was to the relatively small percentage of diethylene glycol in antifreeze....and I actually do not think some martians hoopdie is leaking in his driveway.


That's stereotyping them. Not all of them ride buggalo and many are doing quite well with their casinos.
 
2014-02-05 08:03:08 PM  

awshat: What water looks like on Mars


//obscure? - Prolly not so much...


Is that "Robinson Crusoe on Mars"?
 
2014-02-05 09:51:31 PM  

MindStalker: SmackLT: The video, posted by WowForReeel, an intrepid paranormal researcher...

I'm out

[mars.jpl.nasa.gov image 850x850]http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/su rface /so l/00533/opgs/edr/fcam/FLB_444807193EDR_F0260256FHAZ00216M_.JPG

Not sure why it was a video.


Because google won't pay you any money if you just link to a jpg hosted on the nasa.gov site...
 
2014-02-06 05:49:22 AM  
I'll just leave this here. His name is Rover, I think.

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