Where in our solar system should NASA focus future missions?

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Question: Where in our solar system should NASA focus future missions?

Claim: NASA should focus their future missions on the “Enceladus”.

Reasoning: The Enceladus is a small, Icey ocean world, orbiting Saturn’s Moon. The reason I believe that the Enceladus is probably one of the most important studies science should focus on, is because there is a potential chance we can find life there. Scientist have already found large numbers of hydrogen located there, meaning an even higher chance of life. Finding life at another planet is important because we never know what might happen to earth, although there isn’t a high chance of an asteroid hitting us(yet), Scientists should still continue to work hard and continue research on the topic of life. Back to the topic of “The Enceladus”. Scientists have found that hydrogen and carbon dioxide lye close to that area, creating methane. This piece of evidence really helped because under planet earth, we have the same combination between Hydrogen and Carbon dioxide.