The NASA will soon send the Dragonfly drone to Titan's mission, Saturn's biggest moon. The goal is to explore multiple locations with possible living conditions.
NASA said Dragonfly will fly from location to location via Titan, a satellite whose conditions are similar to those on Earth four billion years ago. If the mission is successful, it could reveal how life on our planet originated.
The Dragonfly mission is part of NASA's New Frontiers program and aims to understand how this chemistry has given way to biology. Scientists have long considered the Titan satellite to be attractive for study. Many people think that he might be able to support the life of microorganisms.
Titanium is organically composed of complex molecules which at least can be part of extraterrestrial biology. Titan's landscape is dominated by sand dunes and waterways composed of hydrocarbon, liquid methane, and ethane. Its surface is made up of ice, frozen water like a hard rock. Under the crust, there is a liquid water reservoir that astrophysicists consider to have the same temperature as the shallow water in the Pacific Ocean.