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Originally posted by JibbyJedi
You lost me at - (A Great NASA Website)
I still look in the hopes that I will go back into the illusion that NASA would share all with us, but I usually feel nauseated every time I read any of their airbrushed publications for the public.
Once you've seen some of the technology flying around out there, you can't go back to believing NASA.
Originally posted by Arken
And by the way, WHY Nasa search life in the UNIVERSE (a wastte of money or a stipid mirror for the public opinion with a website that don't work) and not right behind the corner of this Solar System?
Astrobiology is thus an increasing focus of planetary exploration missions. Astrobiology investigations require the development of biologically relevant, miniaturized instrumentation capable of extensive, autonomous operations on planetary surfaces – first Mars, then other Solar System bodies. To this end, and in collaboration with the other agencies, NASA’s Astrobiology Science and Technology for Exploring Planets (ASTEP) program, an element of the Astrobiology Program in the Planetary Science Division of the Science Mission Directorate, supports investigations that focus on exploring Earth’s extreme environments to learn how best to search for life on other planets.
The NASA Astrobiology Program’s Astrobiology Science and Technology Instrument Development (ASTID) Program supports the development of instrumentation that will help meet astrobiology science requirements on space flight missions as well as astrobiology science objectives on Earth. ASTID projects are expected to advance the development of scientific instruments or instrument components to the point where they appear to be ready for a flight opportunity. The ASTID Program does not, however, fund the building of flight-qualified hardware.
Seems that Hubble has found signs of life on Pluto, recently.....
NASA Know this?
Originally posted by paperface
Going to a Nasa site is like going to a libary with empty books.
Lies about everything do not sit well with me