The search for alien life continues.
An oxygen spike in Earth's past could be evidence of unknown lifeforms.
Where there's mud, there's water (and possibly life).
It was the first of many (with even more to come).
The truth out there might be even more intelligent than we could imagine.
They say it won't kill you, but it would taste pretty gross.
Space exploration has come a long way since the first primitive satellites—we’ve visited all the canonical planets, and laid the groundwork for the next stage of discovery and colonization. A new, more lasting space race is about to begin. Here’s the second part of our 100-year forecast of future space exploration.
This considerably extends the potential habitable period of the Red Planet.
We’ve been searching for extraterrestrial intelligence for decades now—and it’s high time we found something. Yet, to our immense frustration, all searches thus far have come up decidedly empty. So, what gives? We’ve assembled a number of tentative theories for why ET is giving us the cold shoulder.
Welcome to the new age in the hunt for extraterrestrial life.
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