Exodus Earth – Titan

Today on Discovery Enterprise we begin a brand new series of exciting documentaries entitled “Exodus Earth” hosted by British physicist Dr. Basil Singer. In this series Dr. Singer explores one very important question – If Earth became uninhabitable, where would humans live?

With Dr. Basil Singer we explore the question does humanity have a future in the Cosmos beyond its planetary home the Earth. In Exodus Earth, the six-part series we investigate if humans could possibly call Mercury, Venus, Mars, Saturn’s moon Titan, and Jupiter’s moons Callisto and Gliese 581c home in the future.

In the name of science, Dr. Singer subjects himself to extreme temperatures; tests new survival technologies designed to keep humans alive in harsh environments; suffers the rigors of travel in zero gravity; explores ideas for new human habitats in the sky; and more.

Exodus Earth – Titan

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1 Response to “Exodus Earth – Titan”


  1. 1 Marcia April 7, 2010 at 5:42 pm

    Jupiter's moon Europa could potentially be a home for humans, as it is covered in ice and may therefore contain a large ocean beneath the ice.Source: http://www.earthfacts.net/nature/extremophiles/April 7, 2010 10:37 AMAdd profile picture Change image Select image to upload From the web This image will be added to your Blogger profile and will appear next to new comments. Word verification The characters you entered didn't match the word verification. Please try again.Jupiter's moon Europa could potentially be a home for humans, as it is covered in ice and may therefore contain a large ocean beneath the ice.Source: http://www.earthfacts.net/nature/extremophiles/Comment as: Select profile… Marcia (Google) LiveJournalWordPressTypePadAIMOpenID Name/URLAnonymous Edit Settings – Sign out Subscribe by email The characters you entered didn't match the word verification. Please try again. Jupiter's moon Europa could be a possible home for humans since it is covered in ice, and may therefore have a vast ocean.Source:http://www.earthfacts.net/nature/extremophiles/


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