1. Scorching Heat May Help Mercury Manufacture Ice  ExtremeTech
  2. Weird! Mercury's scorching temps may actually lead to ice.  Space.com
  3. Asteroid shock: NASA reveals space rock responsible for '90%' of ice on 750F Mercury  Express.co.uk
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We all think of Mercury as a tremendously hot world, which it is, being the closest to the sun. However, ...We all think of Mercury as a tremendously hot world, which it is, being the closest to the sun. However, it also has a surprising amount of ice for such a toasty little planet.

Scorching Heat May Help Mercury Manufacture Ice - ExtremeTech

Could Mercury's close orbit to the sun help the planet generate ice? This sounds like a paradox, but a new study shows how it could happen.

Weird! Mercury's scorching temps may actually lead to ice. | Space

ASTEROIDS were not solely responsible for most of the ice on planet Mercury's poles, data from a NASA space probe has revealed.ASTEROIDS were not solely responsible for most of the ice on planet Mercury's poles, data from a NASA space probe has revealed.

Asteroid shock: NASA reveals space rock responsible for '90%' of ice on 750F Mercury | Science | News | Express.co.uk

“Naval Academy Glee Club at the Kennedy Space Center learning about Artemis and touring KSC. 54 of NASA’s 330 astronauts from the Mercury 7 to today were Naval Academy graduates. Go Navy! Beat Army!”

Bob Cabana on Twitter: "Naval Academy Glee Club at the Kennedy Space Center learning about Artemis and touring KSC. 54 of NASA’s 330 astronauts from the Mercury 7 to today were Naval Academy graduates. Go Navy! Beat Army!… https://t.co/Rpl2zG3lBz"