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(CNN)   Underground ocean found on moon of Saturn. Search for MH370 to start there Monday   (cnn.com) divider line 10
    More: Interesting, moons, Saturn, oceans, underground ocean, moons of Jupiter, Ganymede, Enceladus, Cassini Spacecraft  
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2014-04-05 01:41:40 AM  
5 votes:

fusillade762: It would be cool if Enceladus had cephalopods.


STOP!

My penis can only get so erect.
2014-04-05 05:26:01 AM  
4 votes:

Dimensio: Ghastly: This is cool and all but god dammit NASA when are we going to get a sub-ice probe of Europa happening? I'm not getting any younger and I would really love to see what's under there before I kick it.

I suspect that NASA will attempt no landing there.


My god! It's full of budgetary cuts.
2014-04-05 05:20:54 AM  
2 votes:

Ghastly: This is cool and all but god dammit NASA when are we going to get a sub-ice probe of Europa happening? I'm not getting any younger and I would really love to see what's under there before I kick it.


I suspect that NASA will attempt no landing there.
2014-04-06 07:38:36 AM  
1 votes:

kroonermanblack: SpaceButler: It would just make its way down through the ice sheet in a moving "bubble" of melted liquid (and possibly steam, depending on how much of the isotope is used).

That's great. You've got an irradiated slug of metal on the bottom of the planet.

Now how do you A) capture data with it, B) send that data anywhere through thousands of kilos of ice?


One possibility is that a cryobot melting its way through the ice could leave behind a series of transceivers as it goes, to relay data back to a communicator on the surface without the need for a massive tether which would be vulnerable to shifting ice. NASA has shown some interest in the whole melty-proby idea, but it isn't clear whether any of the scientists involved had received better than a D+ in basic farking high school science class before moving on to JPL/NASA/etc.
2014-04-05 11:23:54 AM  
1 votes:

Evil Mackerel: SpdrJay: Evil Mackerel: SpdrJay: That's where Jar Jar Binks' people live!

I recommend orbital bombardment.

Yousa thinken yousa people gonna die?

From the first moment that Jar jar was introduced I wanted a propane torch, 250 push pins, a metal coat hanger and a scalpel. I wanted to fillet him like a piece of baklava.


You fillet baklava?
2014-04-05 08:04:34 AM  
1 votes:
generallyso:

And how do you do that?

Dammit Jim, I'm a hentai mangaka not an engineer.
2014-04-05 06:23:04 AM  
1 votes:
Well done subby, well done.
2014-04-05 03:32:08 AM  
1 votes:

Radak: Triumph: [oi60.tinypic.com image 620x349]

Total $27.85M.  As long as it requires less than $233.65M of superglue, we're still in the money.


The thing about that graphic is it's as useless as all the other information.
2014-04-05 01:13:12 AM  
1 votes:
It would be cool if Enceladus had cephalopods.
2014-04-05 12:51:56 AM  
1 votes:
DRTFA, but I snorted at subby.
 
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