The successful mission of launching the satellite Apollo 11 on the Moon and its safe return to our planet opened new dimensions of space discovery for humans. On July 20, 1969, when Neil Armstrong landed on the moon for the first time, his words were "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." What Armstrong had witnessed was incomparable, and these words were bound to come out of his mouth.
From that day to today, we've come so far in our exploration of this giant cosmic masterpiece that we've reached on Mars and other planets to explore life. Apparently, while we're looking for beings on the other planets, is there any possibility that we could find life on the place we landed first, Moon? Well, this question must've come to your mind, but you never bothered to know the answer. But, not anymore.
Let's have a look and find out if life is possible on the Moon or not.
The Moon is Earth's natural satellite. The way our planet revolves around the Sun, in the same way, Moon revolves around Earth. Interestingly, Earth has never seen the other side of the Moon due to a phenomenon called, synchronous rotation.
Certain things make Earth unique. Its atmosphere is friendly enough for all of us to survive, without these basic factors, we cannot even imagine life on Earth.
However, there are a lot of debates going on these days that if Aliens need the same kind of environment or not? If yes, then there must be other Earth-like planets as well, where Aliens reside. If no, then how come they survive in a different environment.
The answers to many such questions can only be unfolded until we discover solid proofs around Aliens.
That's all, folks!