Thom Orlando and Brant Jones researching ice on Mercury

Thom Orlando and Brant Jones researching ice on Mercury

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Scientists model a feasible chemical reaction, in which the Vulcan heat on Mercury could help it make ice at its poles: Georgia Tech's Thom Orlando (l.) is the new Mercury study's principal investigator. Brant Jones (r.) is first author. The two are also engineering the same chemistry in the lab to propose it as a method of making water for missions to the moon and to Mars. Orlando co-founded the Georgia Tech Center for Space Technology and Research. Credit: Georgia Tech / Rob Felt

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mercury, Mercury Ice, Polar Ice, Polar Ice Sheets, messenger, Messenger Mission, NASA MESSENGER, Recombinative Desorption, Water Deposits, solar winds, solar wind, Solar Wind Electrons And Protons, Protons, magnetic field, Magnetic Field Strength, Mercury Magnetic Field, Asteroid Water, Asteroid, Asteroid Impact, moon, Moon Ice, Moon Water, Moon Face, Moon Crater, Moon Habitat
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  • Created By: Ben Brumfield
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  • Created On: Mar 12, 2020 - 2:01pm
  • Last Updated: Mar 12, 2020 - 2:14pm