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According to Nasa's report the rules protecting other planets from pollution can be very strict

Some scientists believe that the moon will have an interesting mission to seek life, with scientists also considering it as a potentially interesting site to investigate the origin of life on the Moon. But some scientists say that most of the moon is not astrologically interesting. Some places on the moon, Mars and other planets are safe, while some places are unprotected.  Some policies may be too strict to protect the Moon, Mars and other places.

What was the conclusion of NASA's 12-expert panel To review voluntary international guidelines, to keep space missions polluting other worlds with earthly life. These guidelines are recommendations of the international scientific organization COSPAR, which revised policies for spacefaring countries for decades.  Nasa will send a sample-collection mission to Mars next year, the same other space agency also lunar  Interpretation of preparing the trip, as the scientists, there is an urgent need to update safety guidelines of the planets.  And reviewed by Thomas Zurbuken, Associate Administrator of NASA's Directorate of Scientific Missions, in a teleconferencing on October 18, he said, he believes, 'We want to honor the integrity of the places we go, and our homes.  Let's protect the planet.  A report found that current regulations may make future missions unnecessarily complex or costly.

Astrobiologists have warned against landing on the moon and other planets, that it is against too much loosening of the current guidelines.  Landing of spacecraft in areas considered sterile can still contaminate contaminated areas, which are potentially interesting for astronomy.  John Rommel of the SETI Institute in Mountain View, California, says that the lunar atmosphere is stored in cold traps in the south and north anyway, and because of that the landings will not have to be landing. In its report, the review panel reported its report  I also recommended reassuring contamination risks on Mars, designed to meet rigorous sterilization standards for missions on Mars, and  It is intended to expose the components of the spacecraft to chemicals or harsh radiation, but some experiments have suggested that Earth's germs will struggle to survive spreading to many parts of Mars.

The report of the exploiters states, for some time, specific areas of search for life on Mars have been identified as high priority areas, and the same other areas can be designated as human exploration areas.From where the germs brought by astronauts will not have such problem.  Stern says, some places on Mars have high interest to understand the possibility or evolution of past life, not all places on Mars have this capability.  Cornell University astronomer Alberto Fearn has welcomed the possibility of adding nuances to the "extremely restrictive" security guidelines for Mars. The SETI Institute's rumor takes a more conservative view.  He believes that there are undoubtedly places on Mars, where the Earth's micro-organisms cannot grow, he says, to know that those spots are with full confidence, and to know that the rub is quite a stretch. Is understanding Mars, and he said that we do not know enough about Mars. NASA now reports in updating its own practice standards for planetary security.  Su will consider.


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