On the first episode of Netflix Lost in Space,
Judy get's stuck on ice while trying to get a battery inside submerged Jupiter.
Accordingly to what was said on the episode, we know:
- The planet's environment: "earth-like atmosphere, air-pressure and gravity"
- The lake's depth: "once the water freezes, the Jupiter's gonna be locked in 50 feet of solid ice."
- The temperature: "in six hours, the sun's gonna go down, and indications are, it will drop to 60 degrees below zero"
So, given this information, is it possible for water to freeze so quickly like that?