Fexipluné- Another Possibility At Intelligent Life?
Today, Nasa has announced a new planet from the Frekton Belt, Planet Fexipluné. This planet was discovered by French scientist Robért Fromáge, who also was the first man to collect water samples from space. He has been intrigued by space since a he was young, and after his astronomical adventures, he continued to study in the field of space. The most important thing about Planet Fexipluné is that it could sustain human life. As shown in the picture, it has a continent like landform that shows evidence of vegetation and snow. Scientists have also confirmed that there is a 85.6% chance that if you dig into the surface, you will find water. Not only is this new planet life-sustaining, but it’s also visually pleasing. Much like Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, the planet has a large purple tint wrapping around it’s bottom, which is followed up by some smaller purple streaks. Scientists believe that if something catastrophic were to happen to earth, we’d evacuate to Fexipluné, even though it’s a 103 lightyear trip by space ship.