DailyDirt: Water, Water, Everywhere... In The Universe?

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Water is an essential substance for life (as we know it), so it's not too surprising that as we look for evidence of extraterrestrial life, we often start by looking for signs of water. (We also look for water on places like the moon because locations near water/ice would be nice if we ever want to build a lunar base.) Here are just a few links on finding water in our solar system and beyond. If you'd like to read more awesome and interesting stuff, check out this unrelated (but not entirely random!) Techdirt post via StumbleUpon.

Filed Under: astrobiology, ceres, et, extraterrestrial life, herschel telescope, interplanetary dust particles, space, stardust, water
Companies: esa, nasa


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  1. identicon
    Anonymous Coward, 28 Jan 2014 @ 5:29pm

    ARE WE ALONG - well I am

    "Charged Hydrogen ion" and Ion is a charged particle, so by definition charged hydrogen are hydrogen ions, and hydrogen ions are charged hydrogen,

    where did we come from? where we are now.

    you saying science does not know "how the universe works".
    NASA and the rest of science for all of history have been asking that question, and you expect NASA to provide definitive answers to those questions ? in the next 30 years..

    Yea right..

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