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NASA “well on its way” to find life on Mars, says space agency chief

The discovery of outer life could be imminent. According to NASA administrator Jim Bridenstin, who told a Washington audience that his expert team is on the verge of making a historical – and game change – find. Mars missions can soon reveal signs of life on Mars, which has been alert for several years. His comments come shortly after the Space Agency announced that they had abandoned their Opportunity rover on the planet, last week. Hopeful: "We will be able to look at samples and determine if there is a biosignature in there," said Bridenstine at NASA's headquarters, recently Specifically, it plans to assess Mars soil for "biosignatures" – whether an element, isotope or molecule – that would show signs of life. & # 39; We will be able to look at samples and decide if there is a biosignature there, & # 39; said Bridenstine at NASA's headquarters, recently. The goal is to discover life on another world; That is what we are trying to achieve. "And because of so many great people in this room, friends, we are well on the way to doing it." His confidence seems to be due to three previous findings on Mars: Methane, organic molecules – considered to be building blocks of life – and water under Mars southern pole. "All these things sum up because there is much we need to learn and friends, we should do it quickly," he added. The Bride Stine Trust seems to derive from three previous findings…

The discovery of outer life could be imminent.

According to NASA administrator Jim Bridenstin, who told a Washington audience that his expert team is on the verge of making a historical – and game change – find.

Mars missions can soon reveal signs of life on Mars, which has been alert for several years.

His comments come shortly after the Space Agency announced that they had abandoned their Opportunity rover on the planet, last week.

 Hopeful:

Hopeful: “We will be able to look at samples and determine if there is a biosignature in there,” said Bridenstine at NASA’s headquarters, recently

Specifically, it plans to assess Mars soil for “biosignatures” – whether an element, isotope or molecule – that would show signs of life.

& # 39; We will be able to look at samples and decide if there is a biosignature there, & # 39; said Bridenstine at NASA’s headquarters, recently.

The goal is to discover life on another world; That is what we are trying to achieve.

“And because of so many great people in this room, friends, we are well on the way to doing it.”

His confidence seems to be due to three previous findings on Mars: Methane, organic molecules – considered to be building blocks of life – and water under Mars southern pole.

“All these things sum up because there is much we need to learn and friends, we should do it quickly,” he added.

 Bridenstine confidence seems to depend on three previous findings on Mars: Methane, organic molecules - considered to be the building lifetimes - and water during the Mars South Pole

The Bride Stine Trust seems to derive from three previous findings on Mars: methane, organic molecules – which are considered building blocks of life – and water during the Mars South Pole

WHAT TO GET MARCH?

Although Opportunity was supposed to vary only 90 march suns, it survived for a dizzying 14 and a half years.

Its many successes include:

  • A one-day Mars run March 20, 2005, when it traveled 721 feet
  • More than 217,000 images, including 360-degree color ranges
  • Exposed surfaces of 52 stones for to reveal fresh mineral surfaces and clear 72 additional targets with a brush to prepare them for inspection.
  • Found hematite, a mineral that forms in water at the landing site
  • Discovered strong indications at Endeavor Crater by the action of old water resembling water from a pond or lake on earth

NASA’s Mars 2020 Rover is set to launch its mission in July 2020 and reach its famous destination circa February 2021. [19659035] The hat is not their only endeavor. Earlier this month, Bridenstine resumed plans for NASA to return to the Moon in 2028 – where they plan to stay.

He said they are planning to make the moon sustainable for humans so that they can go back and forth regularly. [19659009] “This time, when we go to the moon, we will actually stay. We will not leave flags and footprints and then come home to not go back for another 50 years.

” We do it all different from any other country in the world. What we do is that we make it sustainable so that you can go back and forth regularly with people, he says.

In 2017, President Trump said he wanted to return the Americans to the moon and create a foundation there for a possible mission to Mars.

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