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Asteroid Ryugu Originated from Mars.

 
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Asteroid Ryugu Originated from Mars.
OP deleted the content of the original post, because OP mistook asteroid Ryugu for asteroid Bennu in the original post. Anyway, OP maintains his claims that both asteroid Ryugu and asteroid Bennu originated from Mars.

The main reason: Asteroid belt had no large amounts of standing liquid water, because asteroids there have almost no atmosphere or gravity. So, liquid water there will soon become vapor. Mars has atmosphere and gravity. Mars is mostly cold and dry now, but it was very warm and wet billions of years ago. So, asteroids Bennu and Ryugu should have originated from Mars, not from asteroid belt. Bottom line: Asteroid Ryugu has man-made objects and large sedimentary rocks: [link to wretchfossil.blogspot.com]

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Re: Asteroid Ryugu Originated from Mars.
Maybe.
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Re: Asteroid Ryugu Originated from Mars.
Then how did it get from Mars ground to space, a almighty

explosion, impact from another comet, volcano, I suppose

we'll never really know?
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Re: Asteroid Ryugu Originated from Mars.
Then how did it get from Mars ground to space, a almighty

explosion, impact from another comet, volcano, I suppose

we'll never really know?
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Re: Asteroid Ryugu Originated from Mars.
Then how did it get from Mars ground to space, a almighty

explosion, impact from another comet, volcano, I suppose

we'll never really know?
 Quoting: clock

Owing to a catastrophe never seen before or after.

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Re: Asteroid Ryugu Originated from Mars.
Asteroid belt had no large amounts of standing liquid water, because asteroids there have almost no atmosphere or gravity. So, liquid water there becomes vapor in a short time. Mars has atmosphere and gravity. Mars is mostly cold and dry now, but it was very warm and wet billions of years ago. So, asteroids Bennu and Ryugu should have originated from Mars, not from asteroid belt. Bottom line: Asteroid Ryugu has man-made objects and large sedimentary rocks: [link to wretchfossil.blogspot.com]

Last Edited by Faceless2 on 03/25/2019 12:19 PM





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