In search for alien life, NASA to send ‘Dragonfly’ drone to Titan

  • The Dragonfly rotorcraft will collect samples of the moon's surface, take photos, measure possible titanquakes, and search for signs of microbial life.
  • It would be the second time NASA has landed a spacecraft on Titan.
  • The mission is part of NASA's Frontiers programs, in which teams compete for funding for ambitious space missions.
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