View Full Version : What's Up this Week: July 23 - July 29, 2007

2007-Jul-23, 05:39 PM
Monday, July 23 - Tonight let’s continue our look at the lunar poles by returning to previous study crater Plato. North of Plato you will see a long horizontal area with a gray floor - Mare Frigoris. ...

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2007-Jul-24, 06:18 AM
"Vast quantities of cometary ice which have hidden inside the craters depths untouched for millions of years"

Could also be a valuable scientific subject: if it is close to the material that was deposited on the primordial earth, it may help discovering the history of our own planet.

I think comets likely have changed much more, because they are small and get sunlight.