Life, at least as we know it, has not been found anywhere else in space, except Earth. Enceladus could change that. Saturn's icy moon already has vast subsurface oceans and a source …Read More »
Will NASA know the aliens if they are looking at their faces? Will NASA know the aliens if they are looking at their faces?
We probably recognize life as we know it, many light years away, but what about life since we do not know it? NASA's nexus for the science of the exoplanet system (NexSS) …Read More »
We’re creating alien atmospheres in a lab to see how likely we are to find aliens
[ad_1] Because E.T. he will not call home soon, the last way to determine if there can be life (at least life as we know it) in distant exoplanets has just come …Read More »