Life outside Earth

Tyler

Space

Mankind has always been interested in Life outside from the race to the Moon in 1969 to Our present day. We've yet to discover the whole galaxy, In fact we've only discovered 2% of it. The moon landing gave us a first person perspective of whats outside of Earth and how different it is from what we are living in. Space is -454.81 degrees Fahrenheit and has zero gravity, which means you would just float around and would be kind of difficult to go one direction without any assistance. We wouldn't be able to live out there without any source of oxygen because there isn't any in space. It's illogical to live out there, no gravity, no live source unless you somehow bring it out there and there is no other planet like us out there that supports life and if there is we are yet to discover it.

Extraterrestrial Life

From years back to our present day, many people believe that we aren't alone in the universe. Yes, that we have aliens living as we do. This has been a theory of many people for a long time. They see all the crazy or mysterious things going on in our planet is the work of the aliens and some of them claim to have seen them or either have been taken by them. Some of them say that the government is covering up for the mysterious things by saying that its work of military and that they're hiding the truth in a restricted area called Area 51 located in Southern Nevada, but I agree that it is kind of mysterious how they blame every odd thing on the military.

Water On Mars

Last year on the 28th of September, NASA discovered water on the planet Mars. They've only found water/ice VISIBLE in the North Pole Ice Cap, which is the only place it's only visible on the surface. They've also found some abundant beneath the permanent carbon dioxide ice cap at the Martian south pole and in the shallow subsurface at other latitudes. Has been estimated that more than five cubic kilometers, which is enough cover the whole planet to a depth of 35 meters (115 ft) and the chances are that there is more ice deep in the subsurface.
Animation of Site of Seasonal Flows in Hale Crater, Mars

Moonlanding

On July 20, 1969 astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins stepped foot on the moon. They were in a ship called the Lunar Module Eagle, It had long rod-like protrusions under the landing pods are lunar surface sensing probes so that it can land safely and softly on the moon. When they god there, there wan't anything nothing but dust. There wasn't no way that the moon could possibly support life.
Apollo 11 Moonwalk Montage

Personal Article

I chose this project because I found it interesting. I felt like this was an great idea because I thought I would learn stuff while in the process of getting information about this.