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    Default Interplanetary Divers

    Hi all. I have been a SCUBA diver for about a decade now. I have dived at many exotic locations, and seen much incredible underwater life. I am also an alternative researcher, which has included researching what is on other planets. There are pictures that seem to show bodies of water on the surface of Mars. There is also what looks to have once been a huge sea on the surface of Mars. Richard Hoagland showed us what he believes to be the photo of a fossil crinoid on Mars. Crinoids are marine echinoderms.

    I would like to put the two together, and ponder the possibility that one day we will be able to travel between planets and dive any bodies of water upon their surface.

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    Well, yes! There's also the strong possibility of a large existing 'ocean' on Europa, one of Jupiter's moons. The ocean is thought to exist and would be liquid under the surface ice.

    There are already plans to explore that with remote-controlled submersibles, suspecting that there may well be lifeforms in there somewhere.

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    I wonder how the mass of these planets would affect pressure & divers like TelosianEmbrace???
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    Quote Posted by Star Tsar (here)
    I wonder how the mass of these planets would affect pressure & divers like TelosianEmbrace???
    It scales with the surface gravity, very simple:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surface_gravity
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    Quote Posted by Star Tsar (here)
    I wonder how the mass of these planets would affect pressure & divers like TelosianEmbrace???
    It scales with the surface gravity, very simple:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surface_gravity
    Yes. A sea on a high-gravity planet would simply be under more pressure, as if one was diving very deep in an ocean on Earth. (And the opposite for a lower-gravity planet or moon, where the water pressure would be less.)

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