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This exotic frozen moon may have more in common with Earth than we ever imagined.
How did life first start? Scientists hoping to answer that question are recreating the conditions of early Earth’s oceans in a lab.
The moon may have what it takes to foster alien life, but new research suggests it won’t be easy to land spacecraft there.
We don’t know whether there’s life on Europa, but scientists are hopeful.
Sometimes, scientists have the answers all along—they just don’t think to ask the question.
Loki Patera produces enormous waves that repeatedly flow around the molten surface.
Could landing on and drilling into this world actually contaminate it?
Maybe we will find aliens. Or just more ice.
The evidence is mounting that our solar system is rife with oceans.
The discovery strengthens the case for a geothermally-heated, subsurface ocean.
A new NASA analysis shows that Jupiter's icy moon has oceans with an oxygen composition close to Earth's.
No one is sure so NASA is determined to find out.
Curious about how life got started on Earth 3.8 billion years ago? Why not recreate ancient hydrothermal vents in the lab, and see if they produce enough juice to power a lightbulb
This autonomously controlled bot is designed to float on the underside of ice sheets, rolling itself around on wheels, snapping photos and collecting data.
The first mission to Jupiter's moon, specifically searching for sign's of life, enters development phase.