Suddenly, It Seems, Water Is Everywhere in Solar System

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Fig. 1 Galilean moon Ganymede Fig. 1 Galilean moon Ganymede

Water In Ganymede

This astute observation in the title has been slow in coming. All these bodies containing water surrounding the giant planets – Where can the water be coming from?  Astrophysics has been too busy hypothesizing about such remote subjects as exoplanets, the big bang and multiple universes, which can never be verified, to understand the history and composition of the planets in our own system. They wonder where the water in all the satellites of Saturn and Jupiter, sixty-one and sixty-seven respectively, came from? Also the glorious rings of Saturn, taunting us for our ignorance.  Of all the great minds, the PhDs, the named chairs in the revered institutions of the world, nobody has figured this out. Albert Einstein confirmed this when he stated: “It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education.”

Ours is a Water System

The simple, logical answer to this question is that…

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