Question: Where in our solar system should NASA focus future missions?
Claim: NASA should focus future missions on saturn moon.
There is water (ice).
another chemical reaction spotted
gravity of jupiter (24.79) is much higher than earth (9.~~)
saturn moon 500km diameter
found hydrogen molecules
reactions between water and rock could spark life for microbes—that is, microscopic living creatures.
Reasoning: Based on our evidence we know there is water on saturn moon but formed ice. Saturn moon, Jupiter and mars, they all have water. Jupiter’s gravity is 24.79 and Earth’s gravity is 9.807. Jupiter’s gravity is 2.5 heavier than Earth’s gravity. For now technology it can only endure 10. This means going to Jupiter cannot work right now. We are allow to send robots in Jupiter but we cannot receive while our technology improve, so jupiter doesn’t make sense. Saturn moon encladeus gravity is 0.01.
Based on our evidence tha reactions between water and rock could spark life for microbes. Also, there are icy particles by vapor of water. We can know that new some molecules chemical and also this could be the chance to finding new life except human.