Beyond Earth, Jupiter’s moon Europa is considered one of the most promising places in the solar system to search for signs of present-day life, and a new NASA mission to explore this potential is moving forward from concept review to development.
A scientist believes that formations in Martian rocks may have been created by microorganisms. Dr. Nora Noffke, a geobiologist at Old Dominion University in Virginia, studied images photographed by NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover.
Nature World News Discovered Microbes Could Help Dispose of Nuclear Waste Nature World News Studying solid soil that suffer from severe contamination with highly alkaline lime-kiln wastes, the researchers discovered a specialist "extremophile"...
Alexander Semenov is the leader of the Aquatilis Expedition, a quest to find "the weirdest creatures that lurk in the deep" over a three-year-long, 30,000-nautical-mile adventure that will sail in late 2015.
A team of astronomers, after carefully combing data from NASA's Kepler space telescope, has finally nailed a world that might be similar to our own. But is it inhabited? Finding the answer is not easy....
It has been known that many hot white dwarfs atmospheres, essentially of pure hydrogen or pure helium, are contaminated by other elements – like carbon, silicon and iron. What was not known, however, was the origins of these elements, known...
The President of the Republic of Chile, Michelle Bachelet spoke about the country’s aim to become a leader in renewable energy at the construction ceremony of First Solar’s 141 MW Luz del Norte Solar Power Plant in the Atacama Desert.
New Evidence for Oceans of Water Deep in the Earth Astrobiology News (press release) Researchers from the University of New Mexico and Northwestern University report evidence for potentially oceans worth of water deep beneath the United States.
Daily Mail Stevensite mineral found on Mars can be created by microbes Daily Mail These ancient and highly-specialised 'extremophiles' are thought to be able to grow quickly in harsh conditions. They are anaerobic, so they don't require oxygen.
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