Where would you travel to if you had an extrasolar spacecraft?

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Beautiful view! I have wallpaper on my screen alike that ;)
I wanted to add that journey to nearest exoplanets would be exciting either. NASA published data on a new exoplanet TOI 700 d. This object is approximately equal to the Earth in size, and is located at such a distance to its star, which could provide liquid water on its surface.

Where you have oxygen and liquid water , you have life. So they say, there are two elements that can that can constitute the formation of life.
One of course is carbon , the other is silicon. Would a silicon life form breath Co2? Or some other thing we may not know about yet.
If so it would be very alien to us, as we would be to it.
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Like I said, I would go to Mars and start exploring those huge caverns there.
That's where you may find some of that underground water. I have come across that before in a cave. Pale white Fish with no eyes .
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Went to Virginia once, child's play lol. I am a spelunker. There are massive cliffs in those caves, you also have to know how to rappel.
That's why we want to tackle Mars . We can do it
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May 22, 2021
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It's tantalizing enough - and takes a ton of my daydreaming time - to imagine being able to travel around our solar system. However, what if we had the chance/ ability to explore quite a ways beyond that? What if you had an extrasolar spacecraft? Where would you go?

My first thought is to check out some of these carbon-rich exoplanets, just to see how diamond-like they are!
Well, I would check out the 7 exoplanets that were discovered several years ago. Find this discovery interesting. I wonder whether there could be life on two planets or planet and moon out there.
Jul 27, 2021
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I would travel to Helix (NGC 7293), pioneered discovered Nebula to bring fresh eye and data after almost 2 centuries.
And back: intermittence on the dark side of the Moon -> and home to the Earth.
(With extrasolar spacecraft capabilities specifically :)