NASA Finds Life On Saturn’s Moon?

By Reema, Gaea News Network
Wednesday, December 1, 2010

WASHINGTON DC ( Ever since space studies became the most challenging part of human research, the maximum focus has probably been levied on the search of extra terrestrial life outside the planet. There has been a lot of studies regarding the existence of aliens and other forms of life outside the earth. This prolonged study has finally yielded a result as NASA has reportedly found life is the space.

On Thursday, they will be organizing a press conference at 2 PM EST to discuss their astrobiological finding. The organization is under the impression that there are evidences of life on one of the moons of Saturn. These lives are mainly in form of certain evolutionary biological beings and aquatic bacteria. The participants of the press conferences are Mary Voytek, the director of Astrobiology Program; Felisa Wolfe-Simon, fellow of NASA astrobiology research; Pamela Conrad, astrobiologist of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. She is also the author of a paper on geology and life on Mars. Steven Benner, researcher at Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution. He is also one of the “Titan Team” members at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and James Elser, professor at Arizona State University and a part of a NASA funded program that deals with the chemistry of environments where life evolves.

So far the authorities of NASA have not yet revealed any other details regarding the press conference or even their recent discovery. However, they have said that this study will have a positive impact on search for extraterrestrial life. Astrobiology is the study that deals with the existence of life in the universe. This field includes the study of the origin, evolution, distribution and future of life in the universe.

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