Powerful radio signals that Jupiter generates could be used to help researchers scan its giant moons for oceans that could be home to extraterrestrial life
It's haunting enough that we're now, apparently, in the post, post-PC era.
Two top astronomers told Congress that it's almost certain that life exists on other planets and requested continued funding to research extraterrestrial life.
By drawing on issues at the core of contemporary archaeology and anthropology, we can be much better prepared for contact with an extraterrestrial civilization, should that day ever come.
Life took root more than four billion years ago on our nascent Earth, a wetter and harsher place than now, bathed in sizzling ultraviolet rays.
Former President Bill Clinton said he “wouldn't be surprised” if Earth was eventually visited by aliens.
Some meteorites supply molecules that can be used as building blocks to make certain kinds of larger molecules that are critical for life.
A rare, recently discovered microbe that survives on very little to eat has been found in two places on Earth: spacecraft clean rooms in Florida and South America.
Planets rich in carbon, including so-called diamond planets, may lack oceans, according to NASA-funded theoretical research.
A team of British scientists is convinced it has found proof of alien life, after it harvested strange particles from the edge of space.
A group of international scientists including a Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researcher have confirmed that life really could have come from out of this world.
In a new finding scientists believe the collisions of comet in our solar system increases the chance of life across it.
What if we got to land on Europa's surface and conduct something along the lines of a more in-depth interview?
How did life on Earth get started?
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