The seven Earth-sized planets recently discovered around the TRAPPIST-1 star will soon be probed for signs of life with our James Webb Space Telescope, launching in 2018. With the extended wavelength capabilities, it will be able to see if their atmospheres have water, methane, carbon monoxide/dioxide and/or oxygen. Find out more: http://go.nasa.gov/2m4p8Xc
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- your right to a point it has a slight oval sphere not a round sphere20w
- Yay the endarie system from halo20w
- Y r bot h theLightBearER AND TheSon0fG0d callED "MorningStar"???20w
- I know NASA has given so much technology to us but what I wrote was to look beyond about thinking to leave the Earth (somehow) like the world has been destroyed since the last century and instead of focusing here we're trying to leave...(I don't know if you understand me, my apologies)
Yeah, the army, I really hate that.
That's a waste of money.20w
We're not trying to leave, we're trying to explore and understand our universe. Like when some humans climbed the Everest, it was not to leave there. I don't want to climb it but I'm proud that some humans did it.
That's what make us humans, we need to explore otherwise we would have stayed in Africa and never explore other lands.
The space exploration is not meant to save our world, only us can. War is about money but peace is not. We can stop exploring our universe but it won't stop war or other violence.20w
- that was my point.
I'd love to explore, in any way possible in this life and I understand what you're saying.20w