NASA has found extraterrestrial life, and scientists couldn’t believe their eyes
NASA scientists have made a huge discovery, which could be an amazing breakthrough in the search for extraterrestrial life. the independent He wrote that phosphates were found on Saturn’s moon Enceladus, which is a major milestone in the history of space exploration because it is the first time that phosphorus has been found in an ocean beyond Earth.
For NASA specialists, this strengthens the hope of finding alien life in our solar system.
What you should know about Enceladus is that while its outer surface is covered in an ice crust, beneath it is a global ocean that could be an ideal habitat for alien life. Part of the ocean spills from the surface of Enceladus in the form of huge plumes. Scientists have been able to examine these plumes to better understand the ocean itself, including the new study. In the latest study, researchers used data from the Cassini mission – which flew by Saturn and Enceladus – to learn what the oceans are made of.
NASA discovered unexpected signs on Mars, and they also posted a powerful image with the ancient lake discovered unexpectedly in the background.
NASA also stated that phosphorus on the Moon could be present in concentrations 100 times higher than in Earth’s oceans. It is possible that this is also the case for the oceans of other worlds.
We should add that phosphorous alone is not evidence of life.
However, the presence of phosphorus compounds in the water on Earth is critical to biological activity, so it is the key to judging whether a distant world can support life. The work is described in a new paper, “Discovery of Phosphates from Enceladus’ Ocean,” published in the journal Nature.
NASA carried out this mission with the Cassini spacecraft sent to Saturn.
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