PARIS (Reuters) -- Earthlings will get a first chance to send messages to space aliens this year on a rocket bound for Saturn's biggest moon, the European Space Agency (ESA) said.
ESA said it would collect electronic signatures and messages and pack them onto a CD-ROM aboard the Huygens probe due to blast off on October 6 for a seven-year voyage to Titan as a "token of human life" in deep space.
It said the signatures and messages would be collected by ESA on a special site on the Internet computer network, "(http://www.huygens.com)." They would be accepted until March 1.
CNI News comments: There you have it, readers, a chance to address your own personal message to the stars. Don't miss that deadline.
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