Nasa Has Found Water On The Moon Does That Mean Their Is Life On The Moon?
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Yes. There is likely life in the water on the dark side of the moon. Water on that side wouldn't evaporate, since it gets no sunlight.
- ?Lv 53 months ago
lets say they went there 50 years ago and found nothing , why now and find nothing .
And why oh why would anyone in their right mind care a flying f if there is life, water, fairies, dragons or Santa Claus on the moon?
There are literally oceans of water on Earth. There are millions of species of life on Earth. It is even rumoured there were dragons once, and Santa Claus is said to live at the North Pole OF EARTH!!! So what's with the moon, and why would anyone care (except maybe professional biologists worried about their tenure) if there is a tenuous whiff of water vapor on the moon?
There are oceans of liquid Ethane on Jupiter's moon, called Titan. That is far more awesome than the lunar BS that continually gets vulgarized in the pop-media. Nothing like those seas anywhere on Earth. That is something to get excited over.
- TomLv 73 months ago
The sun shines on BOTH sides of the moon----In this case DARK means "Unseen", because the moon keeps the same side to Earth. Water is in the bottom of deep craters where it is dark-----and deem under the soil where it is shaded too.
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- ?Lv 73 months ago
Improbable - especially considering that the water they've found is frozen.
- 3 months ago
- Anonymous3 months ago
Chinese carp has already colonized these pools and ate everything inside the,
- tham153Lv 73 months ago
The water is in the form of ice in some very deep, near polar craters. Elsewhere just individual molecules locked in rocks or dust. No life.
- billrussell42Lv 73 months ago
no, that does not follow.
- JLv 63 months ago
No. There's water in the Sun, too.
- 3 months ago
No. It means water is present.