NASA is sending a nuclear-powered drone to Saturn’s largest moon to explore multiple locations in search of habitability and life.
The space agency said Thursday that a dual quadcopter called Dragonfly would fly from location to location over Titan, a moon with conditions that mimic those on earth 4bn years ago.
If Dragonfly is successful, it could help to reveal how life arose and took hold of our planet. Those secrets could offer valuable insights into the search for life elsewhere in the universe.
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