It appears that Earth is not the only place you can find different flavors of water. Scientists have found that the Moon has three flavors to choose from, including the acquired taste option of water with organic molecule diacetylene (H2C4).
After the LCROSS mission, scientists have found 40 craters with as much as 600 million tons of lunar ice. They have found three different types of moon water.
One layer included water with sulfur dioxide (SO2), methanol (CH3OH), and the curious organic molecule diacetylene (H2C4).
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Buddha & Mike A:
You’ll be happy to hear that “all’s well that ends well,” or perhaps in this case, merely that, “end’s all well.” Thanks for the kind thoughts. 🙂
Buddha, thanks for the comment. Immediately after that post, the telephone took over and the mood was lost.
Speaking of moons . . .
Neptune may have eaten a planet and stolen its moon.
You are “on fire” today. I hope the same cannot be said of mespo. Good luck today, mespo! I hope the doctors are wasting both of yours time.
mespo, good luck with your colonoscopy. When it comes to your health, it’s important for your physician to get to the bottom of things.
Water, water, everywhere … I am getting my biennial colonoscopy today and the last thing I needed to see is more water. yuk! JT, your timing is impeccable.
And it was all found in Roswell.
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