Lahore: Syed Muneeb Ali, a young Pakistani man, in collaboration with Dr. Nozir Khawaja, a planetary science expert at Frey University in Germany, has created a 3D animation in which life on Saturn’s moon Enceladus is important. The various chemical reactions are briefly presented.
It should be noted that although there are many animation houses in Pakistan, the number of those who produce serious scientific paintings and scientific animations is negligible.
Talking to Express News, Syed Muneeb Ali said that all the necessary scientific information about it was provided to him by Dr. Nozir Khawaja while using it to visualize “3D animation”. He has done all the work up to the tax, without any help, himself.
It should also be mentioned that Dr. Nozir Khawaja, a Pakistani national, is an expert in planetary science at the University of Freie, Germany. (Organic Molecule) was discovered which is very important from the point of view of the existence of life.
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In the video, all of these investigations are presented in the form of a brief but comprehensive animation that explains how organic matter can be found in the center, beneath the thick icy surface of the brightest moon in the solar system, Enceladus. Come into being and then come out of this boiling sea, how they freeze.
The earliest possibility of life-threatening molecules on Enceladus came when the space mission Cassini, sent to Saturn, passed near the South Pole of Enceladus, with high-velocity gases in the fountains emanating from there. Also discovered frozen water.
Later, in 2018 and 2019, Dr. Nozir Khawaja and his team led the discovery to the evidence that there are indeed molecules on Enceladus that are important in providing the foundation for life.