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Destination 1: an Earth-like planet
55 Cancri e is a planet that orbits its own sun in the constellation Cancer. It's about twice the size of Earth. This planet is thought to be covered in graphite and diamond.
Destination 3: Cat's Eye Nebula
The Cat's Eye nebula is in the constellation Draco. It has a mysterious structure caused by material thrown out from a binary star, yet there is no evidence of a binary star. There are rings around the Eye but the cause is unclear.
Destination 4: Another galaxy
The Circinus Galaxy is in the constellation Circinus. Massive rings of gas are ejected from the galaxy. The Circinus Galaxy is believed to contain a super-massive black hole that is ejecting gas out of the galaxy's disk and into its halo.
Destination 5: Deep Space
The universe is 13.7 billion years old. Deep space images are a window into the distant past. Similarly, if you shine light today into open space it will go on, and on. If that light is ever seen by future generations, they would be the ones peering into their very distant past.
Certificate of your outer space message:
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- Your selected outer space destination
- The calculated year of arrival