It's been a big year for Exoplanets who are hypothesized as inhabitable by life. So we thought we'd give our own solar system one last try to impress us.
None of us are astrophysics, astronomers, astronauts or rocket scientist (if you are please feel free to join us). Taking a trip to our solar system was not very easy. But thanks to high resolution images from telescopes, probes and satellites we have managed to play astronauts from the comfort of a computer. And while David Bowie may wonder "is there life on mars" we really want to know "whose shed is laying in the middle of the mars landscape?".
Pictures from JPL education NASA and Will Gater's Moon imagery
A seriously non serious disclaimer: This blog is fully aware of the scientific fallacy of the statements about to be presented and that years of geological changes, cosmic impacts and image distortion is probably accountable for observations. However, if life is found on any of the following planets due to our very thorough examinations we would like to be given at least partial credit.
What happens on Mars stays on Mars, or does it? After careful browsing of the Rover footage, this fellow was found.
JUPITER MOON EUROPA
Above Icy rocks on Europa below an Earth city. Can you spot someone waving on the moon of Jupiter?
Disney is slowly taking over the surface if Mercury