Astronomy 10 10.20.06 - Astronomy 10 Extraterrestrial Life...

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Astronomy 10 Extraterrestrial Life 2 10/20/06 Mercury: o Within the last of 15 years, a thin spread of ice (snow) has been found at the poles Venus: o Surface is vastly too hot for life o The inside is vastly hotter then the surface o The clouds are made of water droplets (water as a liquid), phosphorus, and a lot of liquid Possibility for life in the clouds o Life adapts to the environment that if finds, so, if clouds are what life has to work with, then life can form on clouds o Life is known is such acidic places on Earth as the Sulfuric environment of Venus Animal can stand the PH of 1 and 2; our stomach acid is a PH of 1 or 2 Would see logical that life can exist in an acidic atmosphere o Venus is not an environment that is not widely talked about Moon: o Waterless, or nearly so o Has no Carbon o With no Carbon or Water, cannot see any life forming on the Moon Mars: o Surface conditions on Mars are the most like Earth then any other place in the solar system
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Astronomy 10 10.20.06 - Astronomy 10 Extraterrestrial Life...

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