Moon

Electric water: moon

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Water in various forms is surprisingly found nearly everywhere, apart from where scientists really want it to be found (in large concentrations as comets etc). The water vapour found coming from active asteroids (comets) and larger active asteroids (dwarf planets like Ceres and Pluto) would appear to be electrochemical in nature. It is also found …

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Moons Ring of Fire

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How did the Moon, if formed through an impact of the Earth and resultant material, become such a dead planet so quickly? How did the Moon get the lunar Ring of Fire yet there are no active volcanoes now? Where did the Moons gravity go? Moons Ring of Fire Though the exact boundaries and morphology …

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