Life beyond Earth? NASA confirms mission will go to Europa

Life beyond Earth? NASA confirms mission will go to Europa 1

 

National Geographic's Andrew Fazekas discusses the NASA mission to Europa, and what they're hoping to find.

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10 Comments on "Life beyond Earth? NASA confirms mission will go to Europa"

  1. We’ll be the pirate twins again ! Europa ! Oh my country !

  2. TITAN HAS LIFE 2

  3. Allons-y!

  4. They will find some weird fish thing that starts to grow too fast in the lab, breaks out and the ship has to be destroyed …..I think I saw this on Netflix.

  5. Judith Bisson | August 25, 2019 at 5:49 PM | Reply

    My thought is why not go back to the moon. Learning how to live in space closer to earth to deal with the trials that will occur. But no let’s never go back and go to another moon far far away.

    • No water on the moon

    • FiddleStick's bessette | August 25, 2019 at 8:24 PM | Reply

      BECAUSE THE EARTH IS GOING BACK INTO THE SUN,FROM WHICH IT CAME MANY BILLIONS OF YEARS AGO,AND WILL TAKE OUR MOON WITH IT,SO WE HAVE TO GO OUT INTO SPACE FURTHER..MABY TITAN,LIKE ”CALLAH RHJI SAID..IT TAKE’S  7 YEAR’S I THINK TO GET THERE.

  6. This is a game changer on a massive scale.

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