The Search For Water #4 By: Sarishaa & Shankave

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  • “We have found water in other places like the moon where there is ice caps. Scientist suspected that there was some form of water on the moon, but it wasn’t till 2009 when India crashed the Chandrayaan-1 probe into ice. But there was never a real chance at getting it. It wasn’t flowing and there wasn’t enough water for all of us.” 
  • "well, what about other planets! Is mars the only place you guys found any water on, aren't there any other planets?!?! 
  •  “At NASA we have a Hubble Space Telescope that is powerful enough to provide evidence if or if not there is water on some planets in our solar system. Scientists also use space probes which is an unnamed spacecraft designed to transfer information about what it found in space. Also we look for water everywhere!”
  • "Alright, but where and how have scientists been searching for water in far off places anyway?"
  • “Fine!!!”
  • "The body of water is large enough to be an ocean that takes up 20% of the planet. It’s fairly big.”
  • “How much water has there been on mars?”
  • “Okay, you have asked me 3 questions in a row so MY TURN!”
  • Does it mean there can be life on other planets like Mars?” “Does it mean there can be life on other planets like Mars?” “Does it mean there can be life on other planets like Mars?” “You know what? It’s not my or the people of Mars’s problem if you guys can’t keep your water clean. You need to learn how to take care of it."
  • " Does it man there can be life on other planets like Mars"?
  • " You can use aquifer to replenish runoffs. In some dry countries, water is drawn from the ground without being replenished. "Countries have responded to the present situation with new laws, new techniques, and local knowledge. Regular assessments of basins and aquifers will bring economic, social, and environmental benefits.”
  • “You're right… I’m so sorry… Who are we to invade someone else's home… What can we be doing to better manage and protect our water resources on Earth?”
  • “It was good meeting you! Thank you for informing me about Earth!”
  • "Goodbye See You Later"
  • “That’s a great idea! Thank you for your help. I won’t tell anyone about you and your friends and family being here. I’ll explain that there was no water. You will be safe, nothing bad will happen to you.”
  • “Thanks for informing me about about Mars."
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