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The debris from the birth of the sun formed rings and the materiel of the third ring (what would soon become the Earth) had the potential of H2O. It is liquid because of the right pressure and heat.
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no the moon hasn't go any source of liquid at all astronauts have travelled the entire moon and no liquid was found thas all i know :D
Less than 3 percent of the world's water is fresh.
Put down your PlayStation and go outside once in a while - you'll be amazed at what you can see - puddles, stream's, brooks, rivers and even vast bodies of water called oceans… and seas but don't worry about reality - it won't hurt you. If you're really lucky, you may see something falling from the sky. Don't worry, it won't hurt you, it's called rain and it's made of liquid water!
Rain drops, so many rain drops...seems lika rain drops...falling in my eyes.
no there is Mercury and bromine
Yes, the oceans, lakes, rivers, and ponds consist of water.
I don't know, is our water a liquid? You really stumped me on that one, bro..
The freezing poing and boiling point of water at the extreme ranges of temperatures here on earth. Thus, most of the water reamins in a liquid form.
Because the earth's atmosphere creates consistent heat above freezing but bellow evaporating temperature, so the water doesn't freeze but is always effected by gravity. Comets… and meteorites that impact earth also carry water. SOME water also melts when in direct sunlight (though not all if the planet/object does not have an atmosphere).
because it is.
"The moon does not have enough pressure to keep water in a liquid form while the Earth does. The moon also does not have enough gravity to keep the water on its surface." Bas…ically what the above person has said, on the Moon the gravitational pull is weaker... That is why you see on video's spacemen/ spacewomen 'bouncing' on the Moon. Also, their is no atmosphere on the Moon to keep it in liquid form. Hence the fact that spacemen/women have to wear suits filled with oxygen from oxygen tanks as they wouldn't be able to breathe. Also, Water's chemical symbol is: H2O. As there is no Oxygen on the Moon or Hydrogen, water will not 'survive' (if you want to say it as survive but it will not last). Hope my answer and the above answer helped you. :D
no it is actually found in the hydrosphere where it has all of the oceans and lakes
Water itself is one of the most abundant compounds in the universe. Earth is at the right distance from the sun, the right amount of greenhouse effect, and the right amoun…t of pressure for water to be liquid on most parts of its surface.