Water Filled Asteroid Found

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The remains of a water soaked asteroid that is orbiting around a dying star has been found, which indicates that the star called, GD 61, may have once been capable of supporting life. Scientists and researchers have found it having a surface that is very rocky and having a lot of H2O in it’s atmosphere. It is the first time that these two critical ingredients have been found together beyond Earth’s solar system. It was a potentially habitable planet.

asteroid waterBecause of the water rich building blocks and it’s terrestrial planes, it may be habitable and also common. There maybe a substantial amount of similar parent stars.

This watery asteroid represents the sort of rock that could have delivered water to out planet early on, in the planet’s past. Researches think that the Earth was pretty much dry when it was conceived then gathered enough water to create oceans because of these water filled asteroids.

 

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  • Michael Roberts

    I read that Asteroid Apophis first approaches the Earth on Friday the 13th, April 13, 2029. Then Apophis returns exactly 7 years later on Sunday April 13, 2036. Are you aware that April 13, 2036 is Easter Sunday that year? Also, many theologians believe that April 13, 32 A.D. was the first Easter-the day that Jesus Christ was resurrected. April 13 is also Easter in 2031. I wonder if this EXACT 7 year period of time could be associated with the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the last 7 years of Daniel’s Prophecy in the Book of Daniel?

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