This could be both good and bad for potential extraterrestrial life.
Aside from the romantic aspect, the study also offers an important scientific perspective.
It sounds like the plot of a bad movie — but it’s just science.
In this day and age, everyone can be a scientist.
Think you know Jupiter? Think again!
We didn’t even know this kind of planet can exist.
When you can correlate computer models of comets with carvings from 13 millennia ago — that’s got to feel good.
Jupiter’s Great Red spot has a new sister. Well… it’s not new, but we just found it.
Can we get excited yet? Mmm no, not really.
Who would expect water on the nearest planet to the Sun?
You’ll never know what’s written in the stars for you if you can’t read them.
NASA’s satellites witnessed the dramatic breaking of the iceberg.
The search for extraterrestrial life is about to get some new recruits — us.
As Voyager continues to go where no other mission has gone before, it receives a bit of help from the Hubble Telescope.
Still a hellish planet, but a beautiful hellish planet at that.
The Cassini spacecraft, which has already had a helluva ride, is preparing for an exciting stage: studying Saturn’s rings.
Mercury, one of the most hellish places in the Solar System, is shrinking.
While taking its usual stroll on Mars, the Curiosity Rover found something unexpected: a dark, smooth meteorite.
Two dark shapes discovered around Uranus.