# Does NASA's Titan explorer Dragonfly have a microscope? How will it observe potential microbial life?

One of NASA's stated goals with the Dragonfly mission is to "study astrobiology, prebiological chemistry, and the potential habitability of an extraterrestrial environment."

I would think it would be useful to directly observe environmental samples at a microscopic level to search for examples of living or dead organisms. When viewing their instrument suite however, I see them mention:

a mass spectrometer (Dragonfly Mass Spectrometer or DraMS) to identify chemical components relevant to astrobiology [...] and a variety of cameras (DragonCam) to image Titan’s terrain and help Dragonfly navigate and determine landing areas of scientific interest.

It doesn't seem to me that they have a microscope. Is this correct, and if so, how do they plan to detect and observe microbial life?

For reference Perseverance's PIXL micro-context camera (MCC) (raw images) has ~50 $$\mu$$m per pixel scale.