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NASA drone may discover clues to life’s origin on Saturn moon Titan

The fourth in a line of groundbreaking NASA missions that would redefine how we perceive life within the universe is about to launch in 2027. 

NASA’s Dragonfly drone is headed for Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, an energetic, icy world with a nitrogen-rich ambiance and underground liquid-water oceans, the place the skies rain methane to fill lakes and flowing rivers on the floor. Dragonfly is poised to get an up-close have a look at all of it, and presumably uncover clues to the origins of life on the moon.



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