For years, experts have searched for signs of life in space, namely traces of water. A recent paper described 24 exoplanets that may be superhabitable and provide living conditions similar or better than on Earth.
With space exploration advancing, scientists continue to search for signs of life on other moons and planets. A new fully automated device can efficiently identify and label organic compounds from soil samples.
In a recent study, researchers have proven a 50-year-old theory saying that extraterrestrial life forms could control black holes. Using a sound model, the scientists have proven Dr. Yakov Zel'dovich's theory to be correct. Click the link above to learn more.
China's massive telescope, FAST, is getting ready to search the galaxies for aliens. The radio telescope is set to add the detection of extraterrestrial life to its list of scientific tasks. Click the link above to learn more.
Do you there is life in other planets? Scientists aren't waiting around to find out. It turns out, there are at least 25 billion places where life could exist in our galaxy alone. Scientists study different approaches such as fingerprinting and using biosignature to determine life in other planets soon.
In Trappist-1 world, the planets are so close together that life forms can hop between them. Scientists believe the planets named Trappist-1 'e', 'f' and 'g' have the essential elements to support life.