NASA ‘Aliens’ On Europa Press Conferece September 26: Live Streaming, Time And Facts To Know
Aliens and Europa go along together better than peanut butter and jelly. Now NASA has announced that it will be hosting a teleconference to present new findings regarding the icy planet.Advertisement
Interestingly, NASA was very careful not to use the “a” word during its announcement. They were adamant nothing of the sort will be related during the conference.
According to Seeker, NASA will present the findings and images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope. It entails surprising activity on the icy Jovian satellite that suggests the presence of a subsurface ocean.
Try as hard as they might to deny that the findings have nothing to do with aliens, conspiracy can’t contain their excitement. A subsurface ocean could only mean one thing: water, a substance necessary for life.
Subsurface Ocean Could Be Home To Aliens
They believe that life could be hiding beneath Europa’s icy surface. Given that life here on Earth started in the ocean, it would not seem farfetched to believe the same could be possible for Jupiter’s moon.
However the fact that the findings were from Hubble, any revelation of alien life on Europa would not be possible. The telescope is not equipped to carry out a thorough search of the moon, let alone its subsurface ocean.
But don’t lose hope yet UFO enthusiasts, the presence of liquid water on the Jovian moon could serve as a premise for further exploration. The most direct course would be to send a probe to drill the surface and explore the hidden ocean.
If you are interested on the details of the findings, NASA will stream the audio of the conference on their website at http://www.nasa.gov/live. The conference will be held on 2 p.m. EDT Monday, Sept. 26 2016.
- Paul Hertz, director of the Astrophysics Division at NASA Headquarters in Washington
- William Sparks, astronomer with the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore
- Britney Schmidt, assistant professor at the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta
- Jennifer Wiseman, senior Hubble project scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland
Aliens or not, the conference will include groundbreaking new discoveries. If you are also fascinated by the final frontier, we suggest marking your calendar and listen to what the guys at NASA have to say.