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    Quote Originally Posted by Prolifical ENG View Post
    evaporate to where?
    space.

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    hahahahahahahaa

    ^^^you shoulda said it more dramatic like...SPACE!

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    style your an idiot evaporated particles are forced to compression by gravity

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    lol i was slippin, i should have posted this...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Louis Cypher View Post
    style your an idiot evaporated particles are forced to compression by gravity

    gravity in a debris field? think about what you are saying.

    you have a hi temp cloud of debris. the excited molecules would be ejected
    similar to the tail of a comet. possibly even trapped by earths gravity.

    why don't comets build like a snowball as they eject gas and ice?

    ...yeah i thought so.

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    Well the moon does have an atmosphere, not even a drop in the bucket compared to Earth or Venus but a very small, mirco-dynamical one. Scientists always compare the moon to Mercury. The temperature variations close to the moon's surface as well as its V-escape (probably around 2km/s) may not necessarily make heavier gas particles a 'blow off' if the area has many days of constant sun like Mercury. Over billions of years it could be possible.



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    Oh snap yo, shit is gettin' real


    Shit is gettin' real.










    Shit is gettin' real nerdy up in hmyeah.

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    if that wasn't the case all the stars would not be there and asteroids would fall apart

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    Quote Originally Posted by STYLE View Post
    gravity in a debris field? think about what you are saying.

    you have a hi temp cloud of debris. the excited molecules would be ejected
    similar to the tail of a comet. possibly even trapped by earths gravity.

    why don't comets build like a snowball as they eject gas and ice?

    ...yeah i thought so.
    propulsion is greater then the gravitational mass
    if the object wasn't moving the debris would fall back on it self like it does when its stationary

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    Here you fucking idiots

    Water vapour has been detected by Chandrayaan-1 and found to vary with latitude, with a maximum at ~6070 degrees; it is possibly generated from the sublimation of water ice in the regolith. These gases can either return into the regolith due to the Moon's gravity, or be lost to space: either through solar radiation pressure, or if they are ionised, by being swept away by the solar wind's magnetic field.

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    water doesn't evaporate in space, it sublimates, like ice in your freezer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STYLE View Post
    okay now that everyone has put there two cents in about the moon...

    recent (last week) findings show that the moon has literally oceans of H2O along with a large amount of volatiles. this amazing discovery has put the moons origin theory into severe jeopardy.

    see, if the moon was created by an impact and coalesced debris then the volatiles and the water would have evaporated in the direct exposure of the sun. we would not be finding these two components in such large amounts if the moon was created by impact.
    Oceans of H2O? There were oceans of magma on the moon but not H2O.

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    pro, we are talking pre-formation lunar mass (collision theory) not the moon as it stands today.

    Quote Originally Posted by Louis Cypher View Post
    propulsion is greater then the gravitational mass
    if the object wasn't moving the debris would fall back on it self like it does when its stationary
    so you are going to suggest that an epic collision created a stationary cloud of debris?

    ...yeah keep diggin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STYLE View Post
    pro, we are talking pre-formation lunar mass (collision theory) not the moon as it stands today.
    I know, I just dont think finding more water than thought before disproves the theory like the recent article suggests.



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    pro, your thoughts?

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