Marcus L. Rowland (ffutures) wrote,
Marcus L. Rowland

Ceres - watery core?

The Wikipedia article on Ceres makes it sound like there's quite a lot of water there. Given that in the Weinbaum universe Jupiter is fairly hot, could I conceivably get away with there being a frigid sea under the ice, kept molten by tidal forces and Jupiter's heat whenever they're close to each other?

In other news, I think that it was a good idea to offer the FF CD-ROM as a download. Sales seem to have picked up a little, though it's too early to tell if this is additional to sales of a physical CD or is taking the place of CD sales. I should know more when I check over the next few weeks.
Tags: forgotten futures, rpg, stanley weinbaum

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