“Tasting Life?” New ESA Spacecraft to Probe Plumes of Europa’s Global Ocean

Europa's Plumes

 

“Europa’s plumes are the most straight-forward way to taste its subsurface ocean,” says Hans Huybrighs with Max-Planck Institute of Solar System Physics. “Flying through one of the plumes of water and taking samples of the material could be the easiest way to study Europa’s ocean. JUICE will be the first mission that might be able to do this.”

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Heard In the Milky Way –“Alien Messages to the Coming Apocalypse New York 2140”

ESO Headquarters Chile

 

Today’s eclectic coverage of TV programs broadcast and streamed on the state of affairs on our pale blue planet, signaling our presence to other possible civilizations in the Milky Way.

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Heard In the Milky Way –“Thinking Like a Planet to Earth in 10,000 Years”

 

Today’s eclectic coverage of TV programs broadcast on the state of affairs on our pale blue planet, signaling our presence to other possible civilizations in the Milky Way.

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China Denies Alien Search With World’s Largest Radio Telescope

 

 

 

China’s National Astronomical Observatories (NAOC) denied on Tuesday that the 500-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) will begin searching for aliens in 2019, in contrast to past comments by Wu Xiangping, director-general of the Chinese Astronomical Society that with FAST “We can receive weaker and more distant radio messages,” said , “It will help us to search for intelligent life outside of the galaxy and explore the origins of the universe,” underscoring the China’s race to be the first nation to discover the existence of an advanced alien civilization.

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Heard in the Milky Way –“The Man Who Worked on ET Technology to Earth in 2050”

Extraterrestrial Technology

 

Today’s eclectic coverage of TV programs broadcast on the state of affairs on our Pale Blue Dot, signaling our presence to other possible civilizations in the Milky Way.

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NASA Scientist: “We May Have Missed Signals from Aliens Capable of Interstellar Travel”

ESO Headquarters Chile

 

“While it is still reasonable and conservative to assume that life is most likely to have originated in conditions similar to ours, the vast time differences in potential evolutions render the likelihood of “matching” technologies very slim,” says Silvano P. Colombano at NASA’s Ames Research Center.

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