I did not read the post, I saw a big picture and had a crazy idea. Fine I will wave a jar over it, contain some it, go back to my ship and inhale it. It's like the Terrigen mist or something like that.
An international team of astronomers led by the California Institute of Technology and involving the University of Colorado Boulder has discovered the largest and farthest reservoir of water ever detected in the universe. The distant quasar is one of the most powerful known objects in the universe and has an energy output of 1,000 trillion suns -- about 65,000 times that of the Milky Way galaxy. The quasar's power comes from matter spiraling into the central supermassive black hole, estimated at some 20 billion times the mass of our sun, said study leader Matt Bradford of Caltech and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.
The research team includes Carnegie's Eric Murphy, as well as scientists from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the California Institute of Technology, University of Maryland, University of Colorado, University of Pennsylvania, and the Institute for Space and Astronautical Science in Japan. Their research will be published in Astrophysical Journal Letters.
seems it has not yet "broken" as a mainstream news story yet really.
Not blown away on the account of already knowing there are vasts amount of water in space outside the Solar System, likely across the universe, in all it's forms, from vapor, ice to liquid. Certainly no limited supply of it on Earth.
Hopefully they don't find a marker in the midst of that water.