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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by P. Aaron, Mar 31, 2013.
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Wonder if there's Gorn DNA on it.
Ok my nerd value on tb just went up exponentially to the power of eight easter bunnies.
At least it's not from Uranus
How do they know its from Mercury?
Well, that's pretty dang neat!
It was post-marked " rush delivery " from FTD.
The should have named it Freddy
Hermes is not amused.
How does a rock fly off a planet into space and land on another? I've yet to see a rock fly off planet Earth.
Right? Perhaps someone lived up there and was trying to take out the Messenger satellite?
I don't know if it's possible but a massive meteorite impact or phreatic eruption might be able to chuck a rock into space.
Interplanetary rock fight...GO!
Mercury is small and has no atmosphere, so chunks can get knocked off of it way easier than here on Earth where stuff burns up in the air before reaching the ground.
Pieces of Marduk.
An egyptian "legend" planet now known as our asteroid belt .