Astronomy, Europa, Extraterrestrial
24 Jul , 2018 by Matt Williams
Thanks to a new study led by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, future missions to Europa will be more likely to find spots in the moon’s ice sheet where biosignatures still exist.
13 Jul , 2018 by Matt Williams
A new research study conducted by an international team of researchers indicates that life can survive in a variety of cold and briny environments.
Cassini, Enceladus, Extraterrestrial
29 Jun , 2018 by Matt Williams
According to the last study based on Cassini data, complex organic molecules exist within Enceladus and are being released through its plumes.
24 Jun , 2018 by Matt Williams
A recent paper by Harvest professor Dr. Abraham Loeb takes another look at an issue he has been addressing for years, which is how humanity might survive the accelerating expansion of the Universe.
Drake Equation, Extraterrestrial, Fermi Paradox
21 Jun , 2018 by Matt Williams
According to a new study by three famed scientists, the Fermi Paradox may have a simple resolution – humanity is the only intelligent species in our galaxy!
Astronomy, Extraterrestrial, SETI
20 Jun , 2018 by Matt Williams
In a new study, an astrophysicist proposed how an advanced civilization might survive the inevitable expansion of the Universe, and how me might search for them.
Astronomy, Extrasolar Planets, Extraterrestrial
13 Jun , 2018 by Matt Williams
In a new study, astrophysicist Hector Socas-Navarro proposes searching for aliens by looking for signs of dense satellite rings around planets – aka. Clarke Belts.
Climate, Extrasolar Planets, Extraterrestrial
11 Jun , 2018 by Matt Williams
Addressing the Fermi Paradox, a team of researchers recently conducted a study predicts whether or not Climate Change may be what determines the fate of civilizations.
Astronomy, Commercial Space, Extraterrestrial
7 Jun , 2018 by Matt Williams
Breakthrough Starshot, a project that hopes to send a small spacecraft to Proxima Centauri in our lifetimes, is now looking for contractors to build its laser sail.
6 Jun , 2018 by Matt Williams
A new study by researchers from the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics indicates that the chemicals necessary for life as we know it might be limited on Europa and other “ocean worlds”.
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