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  • SENTINELESE: Worlds Most Isolated Tribe

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    The Sentinelese are the world's most isolated tribe. They are an uncontacted tribe living in North Sentinel Island, one of the Andaman Islands in the Indian Ocean. They vigorously reject all contact with outsiders. The Indian government abandoned altogether their plans to establish contact with Sentinelese. Many believe that it is vital to respect their wish to remain uncontacted. Contact with them could endanger this tribe as they have no immunity to common human diseases. It is vital that their wish to remain uncontacted is respected. If not, the entire tribe could be wiped out by diseases to which they have no immunity. Contact imposed upon other Andaman tribes has had a devastating impact.


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  • Exploring Europa - Ocean Worlds of the Outer Solar System

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    Where is the best place to find living life beyond Earth? It may be a small, ice-covered moon of Jupiter or Saturn that harbors some of the most habitable real estate in our Solar System. Life loves liquid water and these moons have lots of it! Dr.Kevin Hand, Deputy Chief Scientist for Solar System Exploration at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory explains the science behind how these oceans exist and what we know about the conditions on these worlds. Dr. Hand focuses on Jupiter's moon Europa, which is a top priority for future NASA missions and shows how the exploration of Earth's ocean is helping our understanding of the potential habitability of worlds.

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