Out Of This World

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  1. Idioteque Gold Member Gold Member

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    Aliens built the pyramids.
     
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    A subject I love reading about and learning more about.

     
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    I hear they are starting to grow meat on mars.
     
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    i was interested in ufos growing up,although i dont believe aliens are visiting us or built pyramids。i do believe  theres other lfe out there。some of the worlds top minds are taking it seriously,theres a probe gon on mars in the next few years tht mission wil be to look for life on mars,theres missions planned for one of saturns mons。which has ice n oceans。theres stephen hawkings breakthrough listen。earthlike planets arebeing discoverd all the time。
     
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    quite an interesting time concerning space
     
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    For what it's worth mate you sound like one of those robot alien * coming to earth to probe * with yer massive alien baws
     
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    Funny considering there's been a couple of bits published recently trying to explain the drop in human interest with regards to other life outside of Earth.

    Ufology kind of peaked in the 90s. You really don't hear much about it now.

    However, in terms of potential space travel. It really is getting interesting now.
     
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    aye the new mars rover wil be looking for bacteria rather than an evolved race lol。theres plenty articles out there explaining the new rover and future missions to one   of saturns moons,theres been amazing discoveries there regarding liquid,ice oceans。ufos are a different subject entirely。
     
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    a recent article from an irish newspaper.https://www.independent.ie/world-ne...s-a-5050-chance-of-finding-life-37464297.html

    Mankind has a "50/50" chance of finding evidence of life on Mars within the next three years, scientists working on the forthcoming rover mission predict.

    The team conducting trials for the ExoMars robot said plans to excavate deep below the Martian surface for the first time dramatically improved the odds of discovering past or present extraterrestrial life.

    Previous missions have mainly analysed surface rocks and topsoil. However, scientists believe the Red Planet's thin atmosphere and corresponding intense radiation mean all but deeply hidden evidence of life will have been eradicated.

    By contrast, a European Space Agency (ESA) craft, due to launch in 2020 and arrive the following year, will be fitted with a two-metre drill.

    ESA's first Mars rover, will also carry state-of-the-art lasers that can detect the presence of DNA by analysing the way molecules of dirt vibrate.

    Dr Susanne Schwenzer, the team's astrobiologist, said: "The chances are just about 50/50... We are going to a very, very interesting spot."

    Dr Ben Dobke, the ExoFit project director, said: "If you're going to find microbial evidence of life, it's probably underneath the surface."

    Once on Mars, the solar-powered rover will attempt to navigate the rocky surface, excavate soil and relay other observations for a minimum of 90 days.

    Operating with a 20-minute delay, as it is being directed by mission control in Harwell, Oxfordshire, in England, ESA will attempt to position the rover towards the edge of regoliths, areas of unconsolidated soil on bedrock, to obtain the best samples.

    Mark Shilton, the Airbus engineer commanding the prototype rover, said: "It's not like driving a car. There's quite a complex software chain involved and it's extremely slow and methodical. The challenge is that often the most interesting locations for the geologists are the hardest for the rover."

    With a 3.5cm-per-second top speed, the rover has an array of cameras mounted on a mast above it, while it also has ground-penetrating radar.

    Among the most sophisticated of the instruments is the RAMAN laser spectrometer, a technology never before sent to Mars, that can determine the chemical bonds of molecules by the way they move.

    The ultimate prize for ExoMars would be evidence of DNA, which would amount to proof that life exists on the Red Planet, or once did.

    But if it sends back evidence of other organic molecules, the ESA scientists will have to try to determine whether they are indigenous to Mars or arrived via an asteroid.

    Blasting off from Earth around the same time in 2020 will be a rival Nasa mission, named Mars 2020.

    Unlike ExoMars, the US probe will have a potential operating period of years because it will be powered by a nuclear cell. It will also carry a drill to excavate soil to be transported back to Earth by a future ESA-Nasa Mars "sample-return" mission.


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    Old news,i was on the planet Vuuuuuuuuuuurr the other day:56: