Sloshing sea may make Neptune's moon ...

Sloshing sea may make Neptune's moon Triton habitable

There are 1 comment on the New Scientist story from Feb 19, 2014, titled Sloshing sea may make Neptune's moon Triton habitable. In it, New Scientist reports that:

Neptune's largest moon may have a turbulent ocean under its icy crust, driving geologic activity.

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jeffry helms

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#1 Feb 19, 2014
I think the water and life sign on mars was from the Chicxulub meteor in the gulf of mexico. The giant meteor splashed water and other organic matter into our solar system and mar's atmosphere---making it "rain" water on the surface of mars.---what a waste of money--neptune would have been better to explore the underground water deposit on Europa-Jupiter's moon, or Venus---screw Mars.8

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