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    This is pretty exciting stuff. My hair stood up reading it. Especially the analogy with the lake under Antactica which houses several thousand species.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/undergrou...140133549.html

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    The dreaded double post again.
    Last edited by desiresjab; 07-27-2018 at 01:09 AM.

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    What's with all these double posts? They keep occurring because the4 message I get bacfk after trying to post suggests the post did not get through when it actually did get through and was posted.

    Does anyone have a suggestion for this?

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    I think there is a time-delay working here.

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    So you just need patience...

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    I know it is not easy...

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    All you have to do is see if your post has been published in the "what is new session". And never mind if it is double.
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    That's a good tip: I always forget to check the "What's new session"

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    I ignore the recomendation to hang on for 30 seconds. If I see that the post is published I go on with my other activities.
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    How did it go?

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    Fine!
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    The red moon (just the images):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uB0YKH8r5gw
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    "Europa’s subsurface ocean offers the tantalizing possibility of alien life elsewhere in our solar system. Drilling through the thick ice crust on top of it for a sample would be difficult though. But now new research shows that a future lander might only have to “scratch the surface” to access any organic molecules deposited from the ocean below, in areas where there is less radiation exposure. Looking for life on Europa may actually be easier than we thought."

    Well, there is Europa and Europa!
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    Life on the Moon? Maybe long ago
    "Today, the Moon is about as inhospitable to life as it gets. The little water that’s there is trapped in ice or rock. It’s otherwise dry and airless, fluctuating in temperature by hundreds of degrees anywhere the sun shines. But long ago? That’s an entirely different story.

    New research published in Astrobiology suggests that the Moon may have been shockingly habitable in the past during at least two periods — shortly after the Moon formed, and when volcanic activity was at its highest."
    http://www.astronomy.com/news/2018/07/life-on-the-moon
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