NASA Releases Promotional Travel Poster For Trappist-1 Potentially Habitable Planets

February 28, 2017


This is a travel poster released by NASA to promote the seven potentially habitable planets discovered orbiting 39-light year away dwarf star Trappist-1. And as exciting as it is to think about, even traveling at the fastest we've ever gotten anything to move in space relative to earth (the Juno spacecraft, which briefly hit 165,000-miles/hour thanks to Jupiter's gravity, but was not a sustained speed), it would take humans around 159,000 years to get there. "You're such a Debbie Downer." Hey, I'm just being realistic and pissed we don't have a resort on the moon yet. Baby steps, you know? Like Neil Armstrong once said, "That's one baby step for a man, one giant lea-- HOLY SHIT, ALIENS!" Of course you've never heard that audio because of the cover-up.

Thanks to hairless, who's just praying to get to visit a space casino in his lifetime.

  • If you're looking for a print of this (or any of the other nasa posters) you can find it here, the wall cling is a pretty great option:


  • Hazakabammer

    And yet, are doing nothing to further Human space travel. It's all well and good growing plants in space and making fun little posts but the only people advancing us into space are private companies. Anyone who genuinely wants to work at NASA and not somewhere like SpaceX or Virgin Galactic is a Moron.

  • Bling Nye

    So we build a Rama spacecraft.

    Or hope one comes along we can hop onto like a flea.

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  • TheQiwiMan

    Humans created an object that hit a speed equal to almost 46 miles per second? That's awesome.

  • Ser JuJoo Guppy

    And still depressingly slow in the grand scheme of the universe.. :( I wish I had been born in a time frame that I could travel quickly to remote worlds... maybe we wouldn't make a mess out of at least 1 of them.

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