Search for Life

On our quest to find life beyond Earth, in the countless worlds brimming with possibilities.

When all sun-like stars die in few tens of billion years, planets orbiting red dwarf stars might be the only options for life to take root on.
A look at how starless free-floating worlds might represent the most common habitable real estate of the Universe.
NASA’s planet-finding telescope is charting Earth-like worlds around nearby stars, especially red dwarfs, for future telescopes to assess their…
A joint European-Russian mission to find signs of life on Mars.
Can life exist on Jupiter’s icy moons? Europe’s most ambitious space mission yet will find out.
New research says methane levels in Enceladus’ plumes might point to a habitable world.
What does life need to do to survive till the end of stars in the Universe?
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