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8 Worlds Where Life Might Exist. ... Our fascination with life on other worlds is an extension of our interest in life on Earth. "Animal Planet," National Geographic, and zoos are all reflections ...


Can Life Exist on Other Planets? BY DANNY FAULKNER, PH.D. * | THURSDAY, OCTOBER 01, 2009 . Many people make a distinction between the origin of life and the evolution of life. In this view, biological evolution refers to the gradual development of the diversity of living things from a common ancestor, while the ultimate origin of life is a ...


Some bodies in the Solar System have the potential for an environment in which extraterrestrial life can exist, particularly those with possible subsurface oceans. Should life be discovered elsewhere in the Solar System, astrobiologists suggest that it will more likely be in the form of extremophile microorganisms. According to NASA's 2015 ...


Is the Earth is the only planet in the universe where life exists? I think it’s impossible. Until recently it was thought that our solar system is the only planetary system. Now it turns out that the planets are quite common. So let’s look at the five planets, which has the potential to develop ...


The discovery of microbes in droplets of water trapped in an asphalt lake could be a boon to the search for extreme life on other planets. Here's a look at a few places in our own solar system ...


What Types of Conditions Would Extraterrestrial Life Require? Assuming that alien life forms do require similar conditions to humans to exist and sustain life on a planet there is no chance that they would be able to live on any of the planets within the Milky Way Galaxy.


A newly-discovered Earth-like planet could very well contain continental features where normal human-like life could exist. Or it could be more of a water world with an ocean containing life forms similar to dolphins. That’s according to Dr. Alan Boss, of the Carnegie Institution for Science, one ...


The Kepler spacecraft has found planet pairs on very similar orbits, and if such a planet pairing occurred in the right place, then both planets could sustain life and even help each other along.


The knowledge and tools NASA has developed to study life on Earth will be a great asset to the study of planets beyond our solar system. Our Living Planet Shapes the Search for Life Beyond Earth | NASA


‘The ice crust is probably much thicker on Titan than it is on Europa and Enceladus,’ says Hörst. Again, as is suspected for the other moons with subsurface oceans, life could exist down there. But this isn’t the only environment on Titan where life could potential form. Titan has lakes across its poles.