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Telescope Spies Water Plumes on Dwarf Planet Ceres

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The largest object in the asteroid belt just got more attractive: Scientists have confirmed signs of water on the dwarf planet Ceres,

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Christeen A (368)
Wednesday January 22, 2014, 6:23 pm
Interesting. Thanks for sharing.

Carole Sarcinello (338)
Wednesday January 22, 2014, 6:59 pm

Thanks for posting this, Mary.

While science is an interesting subject to me as well, it seems my time is so concentrated on other worldwide subjects that I rarely get an opportunity to satisfy the scientifically curious side of my personality.

I can remember, in grade school, wondering why humans think that all planets have inhabitants who require the same elements to survive as humans on this planet. (Maybe they don't need water and oxygen, etc.)

This point (from the article) stuck in my mind:

"It makes Ceres a more exciting target" for exploration, he said."

For some reason, considering the damage done to the planet we are already living in, I hope we DON'T.

Thanks for posting, my friend.


Lady Flo (117)
Thursday January 23, 2014, 5:12 pm
Thank you Mary for posting this.

kate K (481)
Friday January 24, 2014, 6:14 am
Thank you Mary
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