Titan may have ocean under crust
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Posted: 2008-March-20 at 8:58pm | IP Logged Quote megear1

Interesting. Would it have amalgamated from cometary impacts? Formed with the moon? Accumulated from ring debris caught up in it's gravity well? Or all the above?

Pondering...

http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/home/index.cfm

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Posted: 2008-March-25 at 12:28am | IP Logged Quote Tarrifist

Well, if there is water my first question would be How much is there?

Then my next question would be - How long before some corporation bottles it and sell it?  Seriously.

My bet is on PepsiCo.

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Another question, Is the ocean disappearing?  Could it be transformed or merge with other elements making it vanish?

Well, its the 25th the info should be out sometime today.

 

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