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NASA: Extraterrestrial life is likely in several moons and planets (video)

NASA: Extraterrestrial life is likely in several moons and planets (video) 1

Extraterrestrial life is called a life that may have originated outside the Earth. The related term extraterrestrial civilization is used for supposedly intelligent life forms outside our planet.

The science that deals with the possibilities of developing life on other planets is called astrobiology. So far, there is no strong scientific evidence to support such a life, and it is mentioned mostly in science fiction or literature. ufology, but statistically, its existence is possible

Is there life beyond Earth? Join NASA’s Director of Planetary Sciences to explore the places in our solar system where extraterrestrial life is likely.


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