National Aeronautics and Space Adminstration Created By Trevor Siegmeier, Harrison, Nathan Raymond.

This revolution in planet hunting is certainly incredible, but also begs the question: in a galaxy awash with more planets than stars, what's the big deal in finding seven more? As it turns out, the TRAPPIST-1 planet system is remarkable for a number of reasons. For one thing, the star at the system's centre is exceptionally cool - it emits only around five hundredths of one percent of the energy a second that our sun does, and most of that light is in infrared energy (beyond the limits of human eyesight).

1. Your pitch to the president

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2. History--When and why was it created? Founded July 29, 1958 under the United States of America.

3. Purpose--What does it aim to accomplish?

4. Contributions a. How does it contribute to the function of government? What is its role within the executive branch? b. How does it benefit the public, either directly or indirectly?

5. Programs a. Describe at least 2 tangible examples of programs your agency/commission has implemented to enact and enforce policy and their significance.

Works Cited

Walkowicz, Lucianne. "Why finding new Earth-like planets is important." Why finding new Earth-like planets is important | NASA | Al Jazeera. Al Jazeera, 02 Mar. 2017. Web. 02 Mar. 2017.

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