NASA announced that it’s about to disclose a “major discovery about life outside of our solar system” this week.
Some of the world’s main voices on life past Earth will collect for a NASA press convention on Wednesday the place a significant announcement about life on exoplanets, planets that orbit stars apart from our solar, shall be made.
Exoplanets are the most important hope for all times elsewhere within the universe, as many have been discovered that resemble our personal planet and will have the constructing blocks of life. Exoplanets are broadly believed to be the perfect hope of discovering life elsewhere within the universe.
NASA vowed to broadcast the announcement that includes astronomers and planetary scientists from the world over on NASA Television and the company’s web site. The area company was encouraging the general public to ask questions throughout the briefing on Twitter utilizing the hashtag #askNASA.
The announcement comes as NASA has additionally been working to ship a lander to Europa, Jupiter’s ice moon, to discover the potential for extraterrestrial life. The venture consists of figuring out whether or not life can thrive on Europa.
The full press launch about Wednesday’s main announcement titled “NASA to Host News Conference on Discovery Beyond Our Solar System” might be discovered beneath:
“NASA will maintain a information convention at 1 p.m. EST Wednesday, Feb. 22, to current new findings on planets that orbit stars apart from our solar, often called exoplanets. The occasion will air reside on NASA Television and the company’s web site.
Details of those findings are embargoed by the journal Nature till 1 p.m.
Limited seating is accessible within the NASA TV studio for media who want to attend in individual on the company’s Headquarters at 300 E Street SW in Washington. Media unable to attend in individual might ask questions by phone. To attend in individual or take part by cellphone, media should ship an e mail with their identify, affiliation and phone quantity to Dwayne Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org by midday Feb. 22.
Media and the general public additionally might ask questions throughout the briefing on Twitter utilizing the hashtag #askNASA.