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Coverage of so far is focused on the search for life, astrobiology in our solar system, particularly Enceladus.

"What would it take to prove the existence of microbes on Enceladus? ... an image or video of organisms would be ideal, Porco said...'That’s not surprising coming from an imaging person but it’s really true, seeing is believing.'" newsweek.com/enceladus-how-we-

"Are there microbes falling in the snows of Enceladus? Could a drone fly to biological hot spots on Titan? Is life floating in the sulfurous clouds of Venus?" geekwire.com/2018/search-life-

Michael πŸš€ @omanreagan

Venus was really hot at Breakthrough Discuss this year... πŸ”₯πŸŒ•πŸŒ‘β˜βš—οΈ
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