DailyDirt: Water On The Earth And Beyond...

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The Earth is obviously covered in a lot of water, but a lot more water could potentially exist below the Earth's surface. It's actually somewhat difficult to know exactly how much water exists on our own planet, so it's even harder to figure out how much water exists on other planets or moons. We also don't really know where all the Earth's water originally came from -- icy comets, asteroids or some chemical process that could only occur while the Earth itself was forming. But in any case, water is a fascinating substance to look for, and here are just a few articles on this unique liquid. By the way, StumbleUpon can also recommend some good Techdirt articles, too.

Filed Under: chaos terrains, europa, extrasolar planets, goldilocks zone, jupiter, mars, oceans, vostok, water


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