|MadSci Network: Astronomy|
Can a planet or planetesimal in deep space have naturally formed deposits of some gases (oxygen, nitrogen, heck even hydrogen or helium) in liquid form? Could there be remote objects with oceans of liquid oxygen on their surface, or rivers of liquid hydrogen running underneath? Or is even interstellar or intergalactic space too hostile an environment for such gases to exist openly in liquid form? The question comes more from curiosity than anything, although I will admit that a story idea may be lurking in there depending upon how this question is answered. Thank you in advance.
Re: Can liquid oxygen or other gases form naturally?
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