1.4 billion kilometers away from the earth, the probe took a picture, but scientists are worried!

Since the 1960s, mankind has begun a new journey to explore the universe. With the development of science and technology, more and more countries are launching probes into the universe. We know that Voyager 1 is the farthest probe from the earth, and it has gradually separated from the solar system. Although the pace of mankind has gone farther and farther, but for Saturn, one of the eight planets, the research is still very little.


Because Saturn is too far away from the earth, so for so many years, human research on Saturn has not been too deep, until the 17th century when the astronomical telescope came out, human began to re understand Saturn. In 1616, Galileo observed Saturn with a telescope. At this time, we saw the bright rings of Saturn. However, at that time, the level of science and technology was still very limited, and Galileo’s research did not progress by leaps and bounds. It was not until the continuous improvement of science and technology that humans realized the rings and the largest moon of Saturn.

Since then, countries have begun to study Saturn. Since the beginning of the last century, there have been many Saturn vehicles launched by human beings. Through the photos sent back by satellites, we can see the real appearance of Saturn. Even after seeing its rings, many people think that this is actually the place where aliens are absorbing energy.


Whether aliens exist or not has always been a controversial topic in the scientific community. The probe took a picture of a suspected unidentified object near Saturn’s rings, which aroused heated discussion among netizens. Many people think that the UFO may be an alien spaceship. Now Saturn’s rings are getting dimmer and dimmer, which may be caused by the absorption of energy by aliens.



What did you get?


Since the advent of Cassini, we have begun to explore Saturn. Its mission is to photograph Saturn. However, Saturn is nearly 1.4 billion kilometers away from the earth, and whether the probe can successfully reach Saturn is still unknown. In order to ensure the smooth progress of the exploration, 17 countries participated in the Saturn exploration program at that time. In 1997, Cassini successfully entered the universe. It was not until 2004 that he entered the orbit of Saturn and began to explore Saturn. The life of the probe is limited. When the Cassini probe runs out of fuel, it will not return to earth, but will crash directly on Saturn.


In 2013, Cassini sent back a picture of the earth at a distance of 1.4 billion kilometers. A blue planet turned out to be a small light spot in the vast universe. After seeing such photos, scientists are not happy, which is enough to show how small the earth is in the whole universe, and human beings are just a drop in the ocean.

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