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Saturday, September 20, 2003

...But some people think that NASA had more plans for Galileo. They claim that NASA's nefarious scheme was to drop Galileo into Jupiter and use it to ignite Jupiter like a fusion bomb, either turning it into a star like the Sun, or simply blowing it to smithereens.

Can this be true? Could NASA accomplish such a dastardly plot?

As always, the short answer to this is to look at the title bar of your browser and read the name of this website. To save you time, I'll just say it here: no, Galileo will not do anything to Jupiter. Like a meteor, it'll burn up in the dense atmosphere, and become a part of the solar system's largest planet.


Eight years ago, nanometer-sized features resembling bacteria were discovered in the Martian meteorite ALH84001. New evidence suggests this is proof of life on Mars.


Astrobio Magazine -- Nanobacteria are not alive, but instead are the result of enzymes that break down organic material, according to a new study published in the journal Geology.


Eight years ago, features resembling bacteria and measuring 20 to 100 nanometers across were discovered in the Martian meteorite ALH84001. NASA scientists interpreted these features to be the fossilized remnants of ancient life, but many scientists rejected that conclusion.


No commentary. Just reminding myself to read these. See you Monday.





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