We have yet to find life with any of our manned or unmanned missions into space. Since all the material in our solar system came from the same source, and we have environments that are favorable for life in our solar system, life should exist out there. If this is the case could life have started somewhere out there and migrated to earth instead of originating on this planet? Hopefully, as more astrobiological missions to Mars, Europa, and Titan are sent we will find life.The three Lithium Sulfate batteries it used were top of the line in 1989 when it was launched. ... Watt-hours/kilogram [NASA, aquot;The Heartbeat of the Mars Exploration Roversaquot;], whereas a MacBook battery provides 125 Watt-hours per kilogram).
|Title||:||The Possibility of Life in Our Solar System and Beyond: From Nucleosynthesis to the First Cells|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|