Abstergo’s FTD To Explore New Planets

Thanks to the hard work and great efforts of our friends at National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA, 7 new zone planets have been discovered. Furthermore, studies have shown that said planets appear to be similar in nature to our Planet Earth; with very high probability of human survival upon them.

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“This illustration shows the possible surface of TRAPPIST-1f, one of the newly discovered planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system” (NASA). Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Here at Abstergo’s Future Technologies Division, plans were already drafted on the possibility of traveling 40 light years away from Planet Earth, around 235 trillion miles, in order to conduct research and studies on one of the planets.

The head of Abstergo’s Future Technologies Division, Mr. Otto Schmidt had the following to say.

“We are proud to announce that thanks to the constant developments of Abstergo’s R&D teams, FTD teams, Lineage Research and Acquisition teams as well as the Animus and Helix teams, we are that much closer to expand our research beyond our Planet Mars and onto TRAPPIST-1f”.

“We look forward to ushering the new dawn of humanity and the future of humans for thousands of eras to come”.

For more information on TRAPPIST-1f and the TRAPPOST-1 System, please feel free to click here to be redirected to the press release by our friends at NASA!

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2 thoughts on “Abstergo’s FTD To Explore New Planets

  1. Loading….
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    Loading…… .. Think about this , if at all possible, we could deny Juno a way in which to reach that new planet and star system, we possibly could leave her or imprison her to planet earth , and in turn in the future when our sun consumes earth we might be rid of her and her enslaveing kind.

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