NASA has delayed the launch of the dragonfly unmanned probe by about a year and is expected to complete the launch in 2027. It is reported that the unmanned probe is planned to be launched to Saturn’s moon Titan. < / P > < p > this project is called frontiers new field task to explore biochemistry that may be related to the evolution of organic life. The delay is not the first time. The initial plan to launch the dragonfly probe in 2025 was delayed due to “external” factors. As the first UAV in human history to explore an extraterrestrial planet, Dragonfly will arrive at Titan after about eight years of flight. < / P > < p > one of the reasons Titan was chosen was because of its atmosphere, which scientists believe is very similar to the early days of our planet, as well as some rivers of liquid methane ethane, the only river in the solar system other than Earth. The mission will cover about 175 kilometers (almost twice the coverage of all Mars rovers so far). There is no denying that this is an ambitious project. It will also be NASA’s first multi rotor scientific vehicle on another celestial body, the first to carry its full scientific payload between multiple regions. The UAV will spend nine years on relatively regular missions to collect samples to study Titan’s habitability and its development of prebiotic chemistry in key impact craters. < / P > < p > it may take a longer period to obtain the research results, and if the project goes well, dragonfly may provide more assistance for the research on the viability of mysterious life beyond the moon and earth. The iPhone 12 keynote has been recorded in Apple park