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Originally posted by browha
I dunno... how much sunlight does it get though, for photosynthesis? we need to consider that.
Originally posted by sardion2000
Is photosynthesis really necessary? I remember hearing some Marine-Biologists discovered whole new ecosystems where there should theoretically be none. I think it was some deep under-sea vent where no sunlight get through and oxygen is very scares as well...
Originally posted by ShadowXIX
I think landing a probe that can get through the ice on europa should be at the top of nasas list of things to do. You have a ocean larger than all of earths oceans that has been around for longer. And look what earths oceans did in a couple of billion years. I say forget about finding some fossil on mars of some long dead creature and focus on were living lifeforms could be
Originally posted by Vegemite
Life on titan if its there would be the biggest scientific discovery of the century.
But heres an idea if we could create a machine that could cut out enormous chunks of water out of europa then ship them off to mars wouldnt it be a good way to marsaform?