• Official: Water Found on the Moon
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[QUOTE=jalit;17474718]Actually I believe the Russians had the first unmanned object hit the moon.[/QUOTE] but had the first MAN, human being, on the moon. Dibs. [editline]11:17PM[/editline] OKAY First things first guys. We need to get a Golden Arch up there ASAP.
[QUOTE=mysteryman;17474974]but had the first MAN, human being, on the moon. Dibs. [editline]11:17PM[/editline] OKAY First things first guys. We need to get a Golden Arch up there ASAP.[/QUOTE] And a starbucks.
I shall harvest the water and make: [img]http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_CX8viP61Fc0/Roj0NnWxcOI/AAAAAAAAAGc/yRfyztUENng/s400/pod.jpg[/img]
Low qualities in sunlight and higher quantities just after lunar morning really suggest an accumulation at the South Pole. LCROSS is hugely important, this could make lunar colonization more viable than ever.
There's water everywhere basically. On Mars there enough (frozen) water to fill the entire of Mars with 11m of liquid water. Lots of satellites have vapor or frozen water. Besides, there's the hipothesis that the Moon is a big part of Earth, who got collisioned into by another planet.
[QUOTE=Daolpu;17474279]Then they find oil and we wage war on the moon and take it's resources.[/QUOTE] Yes, if only there was [b]fossil[/b] fuel on the moon.
[QUOTE=Rammaster;17476126]I shall harvest the water and make: [img]http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_CX8viP61Fc0/Roj0NnWxcOI/AAAAAAAAAGc/yRfyztUENng/s400/pod.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] Deer park AQUAPOO
I found the black hole article more interesting.
[QUOTE=Daolpu;17474279]Then they find oil and we wage war on the moon and take it's resources.[/QUOTE] [img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/7/75/Battlezone_Coverart.png[/img] I call dibs on the Grizzly.
[QUOTE=Rammaster;17476126]I shall harvest the water and make: [img]http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_CX8viP61Fc0/Roj0NnWxcOI/AAAAAAAAAGc/yRfyztUENng/s400/pod.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] Poop made out of water Awesome :razz:
[QUOTE=markg06;17476506][img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/7/75/Battlezone_Coverart.png[/img] I call dibs on the Grizzly.[/QUOTE] Take your stupid Grizzly Tank. I'll stick with my Fury.
[QUOTE=IceCKryss;17476535]Take your stupid Grizzly Tank. I'll stick with my Fury.[/QUOTE] Pfft I'll just go back enough to raise the cannon high enough and blast yo Fury ass.
[QUOTE=Rammaster;17476126]I shall harvest the water and make: [img]http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_CX8viP61Fc0/Roj0NnWxcOI/AAAAAAAAAGc/yRfyztUENng/s400/pod.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] I can see the "D" at the end. People are just trying to whore funnies.
No brainer. It's inevitable, an Ice asteroid would have hit it and put water in the moon. Pretty much, what ever hit the earth also struck the moon.
[QUOTE=hypno-toad;17474461]More than enough asteroids make it onto the moon. I believe the lack of an atmosphere is the reason for that. [media]http://www.space4schools.co.uk/pages/lunar/moon.jpg[/media] I'm fairly sure all those craters are from asteroids. Also, the moon has enough gravity. If a person can sorta walk along the surface, then water should stay on the surface, too. It's not just going to float away.[/QUOTE] Liquid water exposed to vacuum will explode into water vapour. There's not enough pressure to keep the molecules together as a liquid (not to mention the day side of the moon is HUNDREDS OF DEGREES hotter than the boiling point of water at one atmosphere of pressure as it is). So even if it has been bombarded with shit loads of water carrying comets that's why there appears to be almost no water on the moon.
Well if the japanese ever do that space elevator, I think far more useful space stations and lunar bases won't be nearly as far fetched as they were. The only thing really missing now is an vehicle that isn't just a seat attached to a 1960's rocket. That and funding, because the majority of people don't give a shit.
[QUOTE=darkedone02;17474361]colonizing the moon is useless, we should colonize mars.... minus the red faction.[/QUOTE] I was thinking more of a "Doom 3" approach.
[QUOTE=64fanatic;17477722]Well if the japanese ever do that space elevator, I think far more useful space stations and lunar bases won't be nearly as far fetched as they were. The only thing really missing now is an vehicle that isn't just a seat attached to a 1960's rocket. That and funding, because the majority of people don't give a shit.[/QUOTE] Pfft, you couldn't put a space elevator in Japan. That area is WAY too tectonically unstable. Not to mention that they get terrible monsoons and shit. Japan would be the LAST place you'd want a space elevator.
"The sun may have something to do with how the water got there." What the fuck?
next step, movies filmed on the moon, brilliant.
[QUOTE=sltungle;17477752]Pfft, you couldn't put a space elevator in Japan. That area is WAY too tectonically unstable. Not to mention that they get terrible monsoons and shit. Japan would be the LAST place you'd want a space elevator.[/QUOTE] Australia could do it, but we wont because our government is shit :(
[QUOTE=Chevron;17478203]Australia could do it, but we wont because our government is shit :([/QUOTE] Actually Australia would also be a bad area, too. You want a space elevator to be as close as physically possible to the equator. Here (Australia) is too far south. Africa would be your best bet for a space elevator. The vast majority of Africa is nowhere near any plate boundaries and the equator runs right through Africa.
[QUOTE=MAspiderface;17476525]Poop made out of water Awesome :razz:[/QUOTE] i give you a dumb
[QUOTE=sltungle;17478236]Actually Australia would also be a bad area, too. You want a space elevator to be as close as physically possible to the equator. Here (Australia) is too far south. Africa would be your best bet for a space elevator. The vast majority of Africa is nowhere near any plate boundaries and the equator runs right through Africa.[/QUOTE] Saudi Arabia? The worst of the weather we ever get is dust-storms, but any building can withstand that. [editline]01:07PM[/editline] Or maybe Dubai. Yeah, they get all the good stuff.
[QUOTE=Gmod_Fan77;17478123]"The sun may have something to do with how the water got there." What the fuck?[/QUOTE] Did you not read on? Or are you just that dense.
It's been known for some time that there's ice at the poles. [editline]04:53PM[/editline] And yes the Moon's still dry because there's no liquid water.
[QUOTE=markg06;17476626]Pfft I'll just go back enough to raise the cannon high enough and blast yo Fury ass.[/QUOTE] Shit, sorry for the retarded response, but when I got my CCA Fury battalion to help me take you down, they started shooting me and I had to take cover withing one of your own bases! What's this universe coming to, with ancient Cthonian war-machines not listening to my glorious campain and orders? It's despicable. And I sniped and got one of your Scavengers.
[QUOTE=jalit;17474718]Actually I believe the Russians had the first unmanned object hit the moon.[/QUOTE] The Moon should belong to everyone. You know, as a species. :buddy: Right guys..? :ohdear:
[QUOTE=Aska49;17479127]The Moon should belong to everyone. You know, as a species. :buddy: Right guys..? :ohdear:[/QUOTE] It should, but until we can learn to work together as a species and stop killing each other and fighting over land and invisible lines that we pretend are in the ground that supposedly divide area A from area B that's not gonna happen.
I technically own a bit of land on the moon.
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