posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 04:10 PM
The candidates as far as moons are, are Titan, Enceladus, or Europa? All 3 are intriguing and have caught NASA's attention, in fact as I type this
Nasa is in the planning stages of a mission to Europa, so they must think it is the best bet, but not so fast. I wonder if it is a possibility that
there is some type of life on Titan? It would be methane/ethane based most likely. I think this is possible, just as I think there may be life in the
universe based on silicon as well. Could there be somethings swimming in the methane lakes and rivers on Titan? Granted, it is extremely cold, but we
have found life in both extremely hot places on earth, as well as extremely cold places on earth. I think its possible there is some type of life on
Titan. We saw nothing in the pics from the landing of the Hugyens probe, but that doesn't mean its not there.
Meanwhile, they think the oceans on Europa could be as deep as 60 miles, with more water than earth! Its also very possible because of the friction on
Europa caused by Jupiters immense gravity, that the water is warmed. Are there things swimming in the water there? Very possible.
As far as Enceladus, its description makes it sound a lot like Europa, cold and icy outside, maybe warm water beneath the surface.
Or is it possible there may be some type of alien life still on Mars? Or maybe even someplace else in our solar system.I am most interested
personally, on what may be in or on Titan and Europa.
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