NASA is looking for a life outside the solar system NASA is looking for a life outside the solar system

NASA is looking for a life outside the solar system

The US Department of Aeronautics and Space (NASA) has launched an artificial moon designed to look for potentially life-threatening planets outside the solar system.

The satellite was launched at 6:51 pm local time (22:51 GMT) from the Cape Canaveral Air Station in Florida, heading for space over Space X's Falcon 9 rocket.

The satellite will scan 200 thousand of the brightest stars near our sun, searching for the outer planets.

"The first public data on the search result are due to be released in early 2019," NASA said.

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