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  1. #1 What could go wrong? 
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    Hello all. I am a film maker (https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0285858/?ref_=nv_sr_1) with a layman interest in astrophysics. I am rewriting my script The Cosmological Constantand need a little science help. In my story, NASA has an unmanned craft on Enceladus tasked with sampling the water from surface geysers, analyze it and report back to earth. But something goes wrong and the team leader is stumped. But he remembers avpaper from 20 years earlier that may suggest a solution. So he enlists the help of an aging, terminally I'll astrophysicist who wrote the monograph. Any idea what that technical problem could be, and what solution could the aging scientist suggest? Any help is appreciated. If I use your idea, you get a scientific adivor credit. - Ron Ford.

    (looks like I may have deleted my previous post in trying to edit, so here I am re-posting in case)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fordiud View Post
    Hello all. I am a film maker (https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0285858/?ref_=nv_sr_1) with a layman interest in astrophysics. I am rewriting my script The Cosmological Constantand need a little science help. In my story, NASA has an unmanned craft on Enceladus tasked with sampling the water from surface geysers, analyze it and report back to earth. But something goes wrong and the team leader is stumped. But he remembers avpaper from 20 years earlier that may suggest a solution. So he enlists the help of an aging, terminally I'll astrophysicist who wrote the monograph. Any idea what that technical problem could be, and what solution could the aging scientist suggest? Any help is appreciated. If I use your idea, you get a scientific adivor credit. - Ron Ford.

    (looks like I may have deleted my previous post in trying to edit, so here I am re-posting in case)
    So, you want us to write up your scenario. In return , we get recognized as "adivor"? Don't think so.
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