When billionaires race to space, researchers win.
With water, hot vents, and tasty hydrogen, Enceladus has everything methanogen microbes could ever want. But is anybody home?
For the first time, NASA will attempt to generate a resource in space.
The images show us full-color glimpses of the planet’s ancient past
Take a look at the first images taken from the surface.
A controversial theory suggests that life could pre-date Earth.
Beneath its surface, the Red Planet may be slightly mushy.
The planet is still drying out today. And faster than expected.
Six new studies describe the rock’s soggy past and violent present.
The truth is out there. We just have to go get it.
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