NASA has approved a project to deliver soil samples from Titan

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  1. TomJo

    NASA has approved a project to deliver soil samples from Titan

    NASA has approved a project to deliver soil samples from Saturn's satellite Titan, which will be pre-assembled by the Dragonfly octocopter. The spacecraft will consist of two modules, and it is proposed to use liquid methane produced on Titan as fuel for the trip to Earth, according to the website Universetoday.com.

    Currently, the project has received 125 thousand dollars, and the development team must complete the first of three stages of work in 9 months, after which it will need to receive approval from NASA to proceed to the second stage.

  2. TomJo

    Why then do we want to go to Mars with worse conditions?

    How likely do you think it is that terraforming satellites of large gas giants are better than terraforming Mars?

    Many satellites have an atmosphere similar to that of the Earth. Why then do we want to go to Mars with worse conditions?

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