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http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/6136806/voyager_1_launched_in_1977_on_verge.html

This kind of blew my mind, the fact that something we built is out so far, even if it's just a probe from the 70's. I know it's slightly old news, but considering how long Voyager 1's been out there I don't think a week makes much of a difference.
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Poor Voyager 1.
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>>76

I know wht you mean:

Sayonara... Voyager.

anyway: those sounds (whales's songs, aria da capo from Goldebrg variations) could probably be repeated someday, in the far future... or no; and those are all the options.
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Also OPPORTUNITY..... LOST.
RIP.
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20th July, 1969
https://arstechnica.com/science/2019/07/half-a-century-after-apollo-why-havent-we-been-back-to-the-moon/
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Interesting piece on a possible way to make Mars habitable.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/07/190715114256.htm?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
>> No. 1889 [Edit]
THERE IS NO OTHER PHYSICAL LIFE ANYWHERE ELSE IN THE UNIVERSE, AND THERE NEVER WILL BE.

Fite me irl.
>> No. 1890 [Edit]
>>1889
Space is so vast that there pretty much statistically has to be. Even in our own galaxy it's estimated that there are 40 billion planets with the potential to have life.
>> No. 1891 [Edit]
>>1889
>PHYSICAL LIFE
What? Also, microbial life almost cetainly exists in places like Titan somewhere in the universe. We're not that special. Life isn't that special.
>>1890
I read somewhere, that if the universe were large enough, there would statistically have to be a planet where there's an exact replica of you.
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If they are
> in another super-cluster
we will never know

> in another galaxy
we won't know for a long long looong time from now and it's probably irrelevant for us today

> in our galaxy and we detect them in the near future
we are totally fucked, as their first radio signals will reach us thousand years after they have broadcasted them, meaning they have a technological lead of their distance divided by lightspeed minus the few years we use radio signals

> in our galaxy and they detect us first
things will be interesting, as this is the only scenario contact to aliens could be as it is depicted in media with the slight difference that we are actually the far superior civilication

> in our galaxy and we receive their first radio signals from a distance that, devided by lightspeed, is approximately the time we use radio signals ourselves
prepare for interstellar war!

pic related: the distance our first radio signals have traveled in our galaxy
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>>1891
https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/im-convinced-we-found-evidence-of-life-on-mars-in-the-1970s/

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