The US believes Europe is an interesting place for research.
NASA is planning to send Rovers to explore Jupiter’s moon Europe, but is going to focus on lunar missions. This was announced on Tuesday, the head of the Agency Jim Breidenstein.
“I am at this stage focused on missions to the moon. Europe could be the next companion, where we will visit. Send robots and Rovers. In Congress also think Europe is an interesting place for research,” said Breidenstein.
Speaking of finding life on Mars, he noted that it is now known that the cycles of Mars combines with the seasons on this planet, but that doesn’t mean there is life. “However, this raises the possibility that. If we can create life within our own Solar system, will this affect further space exploration. In addition, we can access a life outside of our Solar system,” – said the head of NASA.
Answering the question of what will happen after Mars, he noted, referring to the students: “What will happen after Mars – will be up to your generation”.
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