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NASA TESS peering into the abyss of deep space for life: Are we alone?

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D Feucht
D Feucht
4/27/2018 3:39:36 PM
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Re: NASA TESS
Well maybe even they are not that intelligent:

youtube dot com/watch?v=v0JJFVrKMZg

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Hooey0
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4/26/2018 8:02:07 PM
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NASA TESS
I think the most certain sign of intelligent life in the universe is the fact that they haven't contacted us...

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4/21/2018 6:01:24 PM
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TESS hunting for life
Tess is on its way to hunt planets https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-planet-hunter-on-its-way-to-orbit

Space X's Falcon rocket boosted TESS into orbit at 6:51 p.m. EDT Wednesday at 7:53 p.m

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steve.taranovich
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4/18/2018 8:37:49 PM
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The launch of Tess
The launch was postponed on Monday and rescheduled for Wednesday at 6:51 p.m. Eastern. Live video is available on NASA's website at nasa.gov/live

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