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NewHorizons2015
WOW! Pluto is 1/3 water ice & 2/3 rock: that's 3-times as much water in Pluto as in all the Earth's oceans combined!
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steven green 25 Mar 15
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Pluto is the new Neptune
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Патрик 25 Mar 15
Let's terraform Pluto!
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Faxanadu 25 Mar 15
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can't wait till you study that surface, can't wait to see it. Do you look similar to Europa? Perhaps Enceladus?
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modern_dragon 25 Mar 15
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@ptrk_k Brrr. I prefer staying in the Habitable Zone. Much cosier here.
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Tom Derandere 25 Mar 15
Like Triton, most likely. But surprises are also likely.
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(((Rob Carr))) 25 Mar 15
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. In SF, aliens fly right by the outer solar system to steal Earth's water.
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Miss Sery 25 Mar 15
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Seems like we discover water pretty much everywhere nowadays :)
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The Astrophysicist 25 Mar 15
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Wait... A global subsurface ocean on Pluto? Where does the heat come from?
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Mridul Goswami 25 Mar 15
Wow! Great news.
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Dave Dickinson 25 Mar 15
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We move to melt a thorium reactor into that ice and begin construction of a colony immediately.
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Adrian 25 Mar 15
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I wasn't expecting that! U keep surprising us!!! ☺
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Ilkka Sillanpää 25 Mar 15
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Surface material and brightness of Pluto and Charon differ! is 1/3 water ice v
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Garland W Pulse 25 Mar 15
very interesting. Thank you
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Kirill Prostyakov 25 Mar 15
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Now let's drop it on Venus.
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lawrence 25 Mar 15
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no way? Way! Too bad they don't have a Huygens on board. Or a philea
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lawrence 25 Mar 15
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how many kg of fuel would be needed to slow it into orbit?
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Min-Do 25 Mar 15
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That's a WOW!
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Matt Morris 25 Mar 15
Mmmmm...water ice.
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Explorer 25 Mar 15
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ICE water...
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