Exodus Earth – Mercury

Today on Discovery Enterprise we join our host physicist Dr. Basil Singer in exploring the potential, challenges and hazards of establishing a human outpost on Mercury, the most extreme planet in the solar system. It is deadly hot on one side, but fatally cold on the other. Yet in craters near the pole Basil finds water, and conditions that might make Mercury home.

Exodus Earth – Mercury


1 Response to “Exodus Earth – Mercury”

  1. 1 Ralph Buttigieg May 4, 2010 at 1:17 pm

    G'day,The idea of colonizing Mercury sure pushes the limits. Shame it doesn't have a side permanently locked facing the Sun as it was believed in my youth. That would have made the terminator habitable.

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