Hello{!firstname},

Well, no.

However, at least one component of beer.

 Water!

Scientists from NASA, utilizing the Hubble, Spitzer and Kepler space telescopes
have discovered underlying hydrogen molecules on an exoplanet, beyond our solar system.

How?

Cloudless skies! 

Think of the observing possibilities for amateur astronomers

Moving forward, this analysis, will allow scientists  to eventually
determine the atmospheric condition, of other smaller, rocky planets,
much like the earth.

Anyway, it's back to work for me today, as we are quite busy during our
Black Friday weekend sale,{!firstname}.

One of the super deals we are offering is this one, right here:

Celestron NexStar 9.25" Evolution w built in wifi ᅠᅠ $ 2310
(Bonus! Get a $199 Sky Mentor deluxe Accessory kit with purchase)

And if you want to see the rest, go here:

(http://khanscope.com/)

Clear Skies,

Ray Khan

PS Yes, the discovery of beer on another planet, would motivate mankind to go
     where no man has gone before.  Or something like that ;)